Wren's Warby Sherwood Smith
When the evil Andreus’s hunger for power leads to war, Wren and her friends are thrust into the middle of the struggle. Teressa is heir to the throne, Tyron her chief magicmaker, and Prince Connor a reluctant warrior. As allies die and others disappear, they must put aside their feelings for one another if they are to defeat the sorcerous Andreus. They know
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When the evil Andreus’s hunger for power leads to war, Wren and her friends are thrust into the middle of the struggle. Teressa is heir to the throne, Tyron her chief magicmaker, and Prince Connor a reluctant warrior. As allies die and others disappear, they must put aside their feelings for one another if they are to defeat the sorcerous Andreus. They know they need magic to save them. Can they turn the bloody tide?
NY Public Library Best Books for Teen Age List, 1995
Finalist for Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Children’s Literature, 1995.
Anne Spencer Lindbergh Honor Book, 1996.
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Sherwood Smith began her publishing career in 1986, writing mostly for young adults and children. To date she’s published over thirty books. The latest was Treason’s Shore, last of the four-book Inda series, with Coronets and Steel scheduled for September 2010. She also writes for young adults, her most popular book being Crown Duel, from Firebirds—the e-book edition of its prequel, Stranger to Command, will be her first offering through Book View Cafe. She’s also written short fiction, and collaborated with several authors, including the Grand Master Andre Norton. One of her books was an Anne Lindbergh Honor Book; she’s twice been a finalist for the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award and once a Nebula finalist. Some of her stories have been reprinted in “best of” anthologies, and her work has been translated into numerous languages. Sherwood Smith was a teacher for twenty years, working with children from second grade to high school. She specialized in literature, history, and drama. She still does writing workshops at schools, and freelances for Publishers Weekly.
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This third book is the best in the series, and the one that got me interested in reading the rest. In this one, Princess Theresa, (after only three years getting used to being a princess) has to become a queen, and become responsible for the lives of her subjects when Andreas murders her parents and starts a war. Wren, Conner, Tyron and the rest are back and have vital roles to play. They all must learn who they really are, what is really important, and what they will do to protect others - whether giving up future plans, facing powerful enemies, or dying in the defense of others. And it does have a good ending. I highly recommend it.
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Her eyes widened, and she moaned. Her pu<_>ssy immediatly began to clench, getting tighter around him.
I enjoyed this book a lot. it has a great plot and interesting charecters. This is a book I think everyone should read.
In this thrid installment, Smith uses the basis of great literature to keep the reader on the edge of their seat the whole way through. The action spans from cover to cover and leaves the reader wanting more. If you are a fan of Smith, or are just looking for a well-written fantasy novel this is deffinatly the book for you!