Michelle West is the author of three interconnected series: The Sacred Hunt duology, the six-volume Sun Sword series, and The House War novels. She has published numerous short stories, as well as fantasty novels, under her maiden name, Michelle Sagara. She was a two-time nominee for the Campbell Award. She works part-time at BAKKA Books, one of Toronto's larger bookstores, and writes a column for The Magazine of Fantasy&Science Fiction. She can contacted via her website, michellesagara.com.
Hunter's Deathby Michelle West
Averalaan—the most ancient of cities, had long been the home of magics both dark and bright. For the site where this most civilized city of mortals now stood had once been a dread place indeed, a citadel of evil ruled by the Lord of the Hells. Only through the greatest of sacrifices had he been contained and cast back into his own dimension. And though the passing centuries had all but obliterated the memories of that terrible time, trouble was once again stirring in the hidden byways of Averalaan.
The first warning that the Dark Lord’s minions were at work came from a pack of street rats led by a young woman gifted with the ability to see the truth even when it was hidden behind carefully spell-crafted illusions. And as she carried her warning to The Terafin, head of one of the most powerful families in the land, others, too, were rallying to Averalaan’s aid.
Blessed or cursed by their Hunter God and gifted with his most unique creation, the Hunter Lord Gilliam and his huntbrother Stephen were about to do the unthinkable. Guided by the seer Evayne, they would journey beyond the borders of their kingdom, something no Hunter Lord had ever done. For only in Averalaan could they find their true destiny, even if it meant facing the Dark Lord himself…
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Michelle has a lovely grasp on both political drama and the epic saga; shecombines them here. Be ready for a long read, engagable characters, and a craving for more. This is the seciond book in her universe. If you like, there are two more sixbook cycles following some of the same people.
I love Michelle's books - and her Chronicles of Elantra is amazing. This book is just way too long - way too many characters - a plot that goes in so many directions you lose interest in it. Not something I plan to reread if I even get through it.
Michelle tends to be a little long worded. The story line is great. Makes you want the story to continue. I haven't finished it yet. Can't wait to see what happens.