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The third volume of the Norothian Cycle, wherein the exile, Jonathan Deskata, returns home to the Islands of Miilark. Sometimes late is not better than never.

With the Trade House disbanded during John's absence and his Law Sister, Rhianne, reduced to poverty, the last of the Deskatas have no choice but to take up the ancient Island right of the blood vendetta, and turn to piracy on the high seas. The people of Miilark say that the Wind ...
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The Wind From Miilark

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Overview

The third volume of the Norothian Cycle, wherein the exile, Jonathan Deskata, returns home to the Islands of Miilark. Sometimes late is not better than never.

With the Trade House disbanded during John's absence and his Law Sister, Rhianne, reduced to poverty, the last of the Deskatas have no choice but to take up the ancient Island right of the blood vendetta, and turn to piracy on the high seas. The people of Miilark say that the Wind governs all lives, and the course upon which John and Rhianne are blown will bring them into conflict with worse things than enemy Houses. But with a little luck, John will cross paths with some old friends as well.

The Norothian Cycle. Muskets, Magic, and Matilda Lanai.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013386747
  • Publisher: M. Edward McNally
  • Publication date: 9/17/2011
  • Series: The Norothian Cycle , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 91,935
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

M. Edward McNally is a North Carolinian of Irish/Mexican extraction. Grew up mostly in the Midwest along the I35 corridor (Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota), and now resides in the scrub brush surrounding Phoenix, AZ, where the scorpions and the javelinas play. Masters in English Lit from ISU and Russian/East European History from ASU, though both date from an earlier era when there was a lot of Grunge on the radio and Eddie wore entirely too much flannel, even in the summer.

Deus impeditio esuritori nullus.
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  • Posted January 15, 2012

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    flawless

    Although I normally make small individual reviews, this series has me doing the rare combined review. I LOVED this series. I do mean L.O.V.E. This series NEEDS to skip everyone's to be read lists and go straight to BUY. This series, entirely, had me entranced. I did not stop, not even for air. This series is great for men and women alike. There is no doubt in my mind that this series can easily make for an amazing muti-million (Hundreds) dollar movie series.

    With all that being said, on with the review. The writing style was masterfully done. Everything was perfectly balanced. The characters were done flawlessly. Their realistic personalities, combined with the richness in the detailed world, blurred the lines between real and fantasy. The author has an uncanny way of drawing you so far into the story-line that you can easily lose yourself. The pace was unrelenting. It never let me peel my eyes away from the pages of the story. It kept my eyes at bay with the twist and turns, edge of your seat, burst of humor, and the lively playfulness. The plot's climax could bring you to your knees. The only disappointment I had, was like all things, the book came to an end.

    All three of these books easily made a 5 star rating, with mind blowing grace.

    ~~ WereVampsRomance

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Mistyclaw

    Wat the click is happening?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Firepaw

    He keeps charging prey always making a sonic boom. Sorry. Cant help it. Ill stop.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Mistystar

    Um… I don't know, really?

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