Sadar's Keep (Oran Trilogy Series Book 2)

Sadar's Keep (Oran Trilogy Series Book 2)

by Midori Snyder
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Sadar's Keep (Oran Trilogy Series Book 2) by Midori Snyder

Two hundred years ago, the Fire Queen destroyed her rival queens ofEarth, Air, and Water in the fateful Burning and took power over Oran. No child with a trace of the elemental magic was alloved to live. Years later, the country still trembles under her oppression. But now there are rumors of hope. Four young women escaped—four who have the powers of Earth, Fire, Water, and Air—and are even now finding each other. At the same time, a ragtag army of artists and singers, orphans and vagrants, thieves and knifewielders is stealing into the city. Their sign is the bloodred, blade-thin New Moon . . .

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ISBN-13: 9780142403457
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date: 06/28/2005
Series: Oran Trilogy Series , #2
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 4.26(w) x 6.98(h) x 0.86(d)
Age Range: 12 Years

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Sadar's Keep 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Some people say that the sequel doesn't live up to the first book, but Sadar's Keep is even better than the New Moon. More action, adventure, and suprises await you. By the end of this book your desire to begin reading the third book will go beyond your previous desires. The added characters give more thrill and mystery to the story. The battles and dangers will grip you from the first words. Nothing short of the Jaws-of-Life will get you to put this book down. However, in all of the books greatness their are three instances where sexual undertakings are a little to well explained. Despite this the book remains a great read. It's a must read infact. Don't take my word see for yourself.