Lokant

Lokant

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by Charlotte E. English
     
 

The long-vanished draykon race has been restored to the Seven Realms, and the mystery of the istore stone is resolved. But Lady Eva Glostrum returns to Glour City with many questions unanswered. Who are the enigmatic sorcerers who woke the draykon? Their powers are beyond anything she has ever known. With one dead and one vanished - literally - Eva has little to go

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The long-vanished draykon race has been restored to the Seven Realms, and the mystery of the istore stone is resolved. But Lady Eva Glostrum returns to Glour City with many questions unanswered. Who are the enigmatic sorcerers who woke the draykon? Their powers are beyond anything she has ever known. With one dead and one vanished - literally - Eva has little to go on save a book taken from a mysterious tower in the Lowers, its cover marked with the strange word "Lokant."

Llandry Sanfaer is anxious to learn more about the glorious draykoni, whose story is so inexplicably bound up with her own. But when she brings another draykon back from the Long Sleep, she finds she has made a grave mistake. Worse, a white-haired sorcerer with a talent for mind control is stalking her across the Worlds...

As war builds between humankind and draykoni, Eva must uncover the identities of the sinister white-haired practitioners - and come to terms with the truth of her own heritage.

And Llandry must learn why she appears to be their primary target...

Lokant is the second book in the Draykon Series.

A second edition was issued in July 2012 featuring a world map and a glossary of terms.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032905929
Publisher:
Charlotte E. English
Publication date:
12/03/2011
Series:
Draykon , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
85,331
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Born and raised in England, Charlotte now lives in the Netherlands. She completed her first novel, Draykon, in 2011 and has since written ten more titles across a range of fantasy themes.

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Lokant 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
SolitaireParke More than 1 year ago
"Lokant" by Charlotte English is the second installment to the Draykon series. Llandry becomes a Draykon, helps bring another back from the big sleep and begins to learn more about her heritage. The two major forms of magic start a merging trend that interests Lady Eva as well as others. Mankind starts taking a closer look at how the world became like it is. This book is layered, complicated and deep. Once you pick it up...you can't put it down! The author's writing style is eloquent, fluid and a pleasure to read. I can't say enough good things about this book!
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Have really enjoyed reading this book. Three or four swears in entire book (although,there shouldn't be any' since it is a fantacy world and how would they have the same swears?). Story line consistant with first book. Little redundance in bringing reader up to date with what has already transpired. Ready for the third book.
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With everyone following the vampire and werewolf craze this is a welcome find.
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Zanbil More than 1 year ago
The Draykon Series is very captivating. With each book the intensity grows. Well written.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great summer read!
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Hope the next one is judt as good
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Eva, Llandry and the others struggle to figure out what the "Lokants" have to do with the events that are causing so much trouble in their cluster of worlds. I loved this series. Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An enjoyable read. A bit slower than the first book but worth the time the read it.