The Adept-Book Two: The Lodge of the Lynx [NOOK Book]


The Adept-Book Two: The Lodge of the Lynx


Katherine Kurtz & Deborah Turner Harris

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The Adept-Book Two: The Lodge of the Lynx


Katherine Kurtz & Deborah Turner Harris

Knight . . . Warrior . . . Doctor . . . Detective . . .
Master of the Hunt!

He is eternal, but so are his foes. Through countless lives and eras, The Adept has fought the powers of Darkness. Now, as psychiatrist Adam Sinclair, he leads his loyal Hunstmen against supernatural evil in all all its myriad forms.

But the Darkness is striking back—in the guise of an unholy cult long thought to be extinct. Endowed with the elemental energy of an ancient Druidic artifact and forbidden Nazi black magic, the Lodge of the Lynx stands ready to unleash destruction on Sinclair, his allies, and, ultimately, all of Scotland.

The game is afoot for the Adept and his Hunt ... but this time, their enemies are also hunting them!


A low growl of thunder rolled hollowly across the lawn, accompanied by a more defined crackle of lightning within the roiling clouds. The brief flare picked out two more figures in battledress uniform as they hurried out onto the grass from the shadows of the building, eyes turned skyward under uniform berets.

“Oi! Archie! D’ye see that?” one of them yelled. “Where did all these clouds come from?”

Before Archie could venture a response, an eye-searing bolt of bright-white lightning ripped the sky above the castle roof, accompanied by a deafening crack of thunder. The lightning bolt struck the north turret of the great square tower with the force of a mortar round, hurling stones and roof slates up and outward in a blazing fountain of destruction . . .
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Editorial Reviews

Anne McCaffrey
“Uncommonly Good . . . an engrossing plot with splendid suspense, excellent place descriptions and atmosphere, and enigmatic and facinating characters.” — New York Times bestselling author Anne McCaffrey
Publishers Weekly
“An unusually adroit duo.” — Publishers Weekly
Locus Magazine
“Kurtz and Harris have created a charming and unusual detective” — Locus Magazine
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013570665
  • Publisher: Britton & Knowles-Event Horizon EBooks
  • Publication date: 11/14/2011
  • Series: Adept Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 87,544
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Katherine Kurtz is the author of numerous fantasy novels, most notably the bestselling Deryni novels. Although born in America, for the past several years, up until just recently, she has lived in a castle in Ireland. She now lives in Virginia.

She is known to be friends with Anne McCaffrey and frequently converses with her fans online.
She was a member of the Swordsmen and Sorcerers' Guild of America (SAGA), a loose-knit group of Heroic Fantasy authors founded in the 1960s, some of whose works were anthologized in Lin Carter's Flashing Swords! anthologies. She also was an early member of the Society for Creative Anachronism; in her persona of Bevan Fraser of Stirling she achieved the rank of Countess, ruling the Kingdom of the West as Queen Consort for one reign in the 1970s.

Deborah Turner Harris is an American fantasy author best known for her Mists of Caledon Series. She lives in Scotland.
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  • Posted December 1, 2013

    Edge of the seat action

    Second entry in the Adept series keeps the interest going. Characters are well thought out and with a lot of depth.

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  • Posted June 7, 2013


    Loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2012


    While I enjoyed the first book emmensly this one seemed take a while to get started and dragged in the middle as well. I also didn't like the parts of the story told from the antagonists' point if view. I like suspene in stories and if I know what the antagonist is going to do where's the draw? So ai ended up skipping those parts which really broke up the flow of the book. Other than that this book was good. We see Peregrine grow more into his Huntsman role and all the characters are well done as we see more of their powers as well. I hope the last book of the trilogy does not go into the antagonists' point of view again so I am not skipping parts of the book. I do look forward to seeing how it all works out and hope that I am not dragged along to get there like in this chapter of the trilogy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    Darksky (zeba)

    Description: black lynx, smaller than average with green eyes. Personality: brave and bright spirit. Very deffensive. Good at: hunting, swimming, fighting, climbing, and is very agile. Mate: none. Favorite prey: cant decide between rabbit and fish.

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