Savage Empire Prophecies: Flight to the Savage Empire, Sorcerers of the Frozen Isles

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This second book in the Savage Empire series introduces two new continuing characters to the saga of the Savage Empire. Zanos the Gladiator and Astra, a master reader, are loyal citizens of the Aventine Empire. Nevertheless, one holds a deadly secret and the other is drawn into a high-level conspiracy that brings them together and propels them into a desperate flight to the Savage Empire. A prophecy of peace and hope might provide a new life for them there—if their pursuing enemies don't kill them first. One of ...
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Overview

This second book in the Savage Empire series introduces two new continuing characters to the saga of the Savage Empire. Zanos the Gladiator and Astra, a master reader, are loyal citizens of the Aventine Empire. Nevertheless, one holds a deadly secret and the other is drawn into a high-level conspiracy that brings them together and propels them into a desperate flight to the Savage Empire. A prophecy of peace and hope might provide a new life for them there—if their pursuing enemies don't kill them first. One of Zanos and Astra's new friends in the Savage Empire is the blind reader Torio, who has unexpectedly gained the rare talent of prophecy. The cryptic messages of his new gift send Zanos, Astra, Torio, and his beloved Melissa on a danger-filled journey north to Zanos's homeland. There, each one finds a personal destiny, and all must pay a price for confronting the lethal Sorcerers of the Frozen Isles.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932100303
  • Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/28/2004
  • Series: Savage Empire Series
  • Pages: 335
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Jean Lorrah is the author of the Savage Empire series, Blood Will Tell, and Nessie and the Living Stone and is the coauthor of First Channel, Channel’s Destiny, and Zelerod’s Doom, part of the acclaimed Sime~Gen series. She lives in Murray, Kentucky. Winston A. Howlett has written for Galaxy Magazine and has completed a science fiction screenplay for a Hollywood film company.
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