Mage of Clouds (Cloudmages Series #2)

Mage of Clouds (Cloudmages Series #2)

by S. L. Farrell

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Mage of Clouds (Cloudmages Series #2) by S. L. Farrell

The Cloudmages fantasy saga continues...

DAW continues the "vividly depicted" (Publishers Weekly) epic series that began with Holder of Lightning. Mage of Clouds: The Cloudmages #2 opens 17 years after the end of Holder of Lightning. Jenna MacEagan has been Banrión since the end of the devastating war with the other Tuatha, and an uneasy peace has held. But now Jenna's daughter Meriel is about to become a pawn in their enemy's bid for power.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780756402556
Publisher: DAW
Publication date: 01/28/2005
Series: Cloudmages Series , #2
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 672
Sales rank: 846,135
Product dimensions: 4.32(w) x 6.78(h) x 1.51(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

S. L. Farrell boasts (but generally resists sending out) a resume that includes the obligatory long list of occupations, including a stint as half of a juggling act where a few scars and a grudging appreciation for gravity were acquired. Other interests include music, fine art, history, and the fascinating details of cultures both present and past. S. L. is the author of The Cloudmages trilogy: Holder of Lightning, Mage of Clouds, and Heir of Stone; and The Nessantico Cycle: A Magic of Twilight, A Magic of Nightfall, and A Magic of Dawn. S. L. Farrell currently lives in Ohio and teaches Creative Writing at a local university. He can be found at farrellworlds.com.

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Mage of Clouds (Cloudmages Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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This one was just as good as the first book! I've loved the way these books pull you in and get you to really care and worry for the characters!! I can't wait for #3!!! I can see it now, DVD sets after the record-breaking box office showings! I will be disappointed if this story doesn¿t come out as a movie series sometime in my life. I really think it would out-do Lord Of The Rings!!
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Twenty years have passed since Jenna MacEagan defeated her rivals to become the First Holder (see HOLDER OF LIGHTNING). She succeeded because she found the Lamh Shabbala stone that controls all the clochs. However, Jenna¿s enemies still lurk and are planning the abduction of Jenna¿s precious daughter Meriel by her Uncle Doyle, whose vow to do no harm to his half-sister ended when their mom died................................... Meriel¿s uncle is obsessed with obtaining the Lamh Shabbala stone that channels all magic. If it means the death of his niece and anyone else so that he gains full power, so be it as he believes he was the one not Jenna who should have been the First Holder. Jenna is stunned as she loves her daughter but fears the price of acceding to the demands of her sibling as there are no guarantees that Meriel will live or that the peace will hold She also worries about those loyal to her for she remembers what happened to her beloved............................ The second book in the 'Cloudmages' series, MAGE OF CLOUDS, is a tremendous fantasy due to the dilemma confronting the heroine of the first book. Though the story line focuses much on Meriel¿s plight, Jenna is the key ingredient as she struggles between the bigger good and her own micro need; either way someone will be hurt by her decision. Meriel is a solid character while her uncle is delightfully villainous. Fans of the first book, the author (in his variety of writing aliases), and fantasy aficionados will greatly value this powerful book that ignores the middle syndrome with a powerful plot and deep cast.......................... Harriet Klausner