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The Ice Shadows of Arna
     

The Ice Shadows of Arna

by Scot R. Stone
 

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Two years have passed since the great grassland war of the Waungee. Baron Oreus Blake and King Noran Yorokoh face one of their worst nightmares when those closest to them are taken prisoner by banished convicts into the dangerous and frigid ice lands of Arna. During their chase, they discover the precious and curative snowtears still exist and much more may be at

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Two years have passed since the great grassland war of the Waungee. Baron Oreus Blake and King Noran Yorokoh face one of their worst nightmares when those closest to them are taken prisoner by banished convicts into the dangerous and frigid ice lands of Arna. During their chase, they discover the precious and curative snowtears still exist and much more may be at stake for the kingdom than they at first realized.

While away on their struggles to the far north, a deadly black fever is spreading throughout the territories and a devastating fire has scorched and killed three of the ancient, sequera tree homes, including the Yawranan prophets who resided within. General Rydor Regoria and Chief Braiy Decker are the best remaining hope to solve the two mysteries and the murderous plot trails left behind.

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Round Table Reviews - Beverly Forehand
THE ICE SHADOWS OF ARNA is even more fulfilling than the first Snowtear War novel. Oreus and Noran are fully developed in this story and come into their own as heroes. You can expect myriad plot twists, dark mysteries, high adventure, and even a bit of romance. The characters are clever and the story is very compelling. Once again, Scot R. Stone has managed to create characters who are very human. The villains are just as intriguing and developed as the "good guys," and just as interesting.
Curled Up with a Good Book - Barbara Bamberger
Scot R Stone's ability to link several plots in one harness and keep them all reined in that makes this book such an enjoyable read. The many characters that people this tightly plotted work leap out of the genre as multidimensional and sympathetic. The conflicts and their resolutions are not merely imaginative. They draw us in to the reality of Stone's fantasy universe, a rather idyllic place where technology is limited and carefully controlled, and true authority is respected.
The Beezer Review - Andrew Gray
Mr. Stone does a fantastic job of building his world and showing the reader his vision. He does not fall into the trap of telling the reader what to see, he allows the reader to experience it via his carefully chosen words. This is a series that I
will be certain to recommend to fantasy fans in the future. Another solid effort by Mr. Stone!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015010053
Publisher:
Scot R. Stone
Publication date:
07/25/2012
Series:
The Snowtear Wars , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
896 KB

Meet the Author

Scot R. Stone is the author of many novels and currently resides in northern Vermont of the United States. To learn more about Scot, visit is Facebook page or go to his website: www.scotrstone.com.

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