The Dark Ferryman

The Dark Ferryman

by Jenna Rhodes

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The thrilling sequel to Jenna Rhodes' "spectacular series debut"( Publishers Weekly, starred review) The Four Forges

As civil war erupts on the world of Kerith, star-crossed elven lovers Rivergrace and Sevryn-marked for possession by both a demon and a vengeful goddess-must find a way to heal the rift between them, stand against their enemies, and save their world from an ancient threat.

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ISBN-13: 9781440636769
Publisher: DAW
Publication date: 06/03/2008
Series: Elven Ways , #2
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 576
Sales rank: 296,095
File size: 642 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Jenna Rhodes (a pseudonym used by R. A. V. Salsitz), was born in Phoenix, Arizona and is a writer of science fiction, fantasy, and mystery novels. She also writes under the names Emily Drake, Anne Knight, Elizabeth Forrest, Charles Ingrid, Rhondi Vilott Salsitz, R.A.V. Salsitz, Rhondi Vilott, and Rhondi Greening. Rhodes has been writing since she was in 3rd grade. She has published over 50 books and short stories. She can be found at

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The Dark Ferryman: The Elven Ways #2 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonder what the finial book will be like
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Quan-Kun More than 1 year ago
It literally picks up right where the first one (The Four Forges) ends. It doesn't miss a beat and throws you right back into the swing of things. A whirlwind of emotion that keeps you reading.
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The Dark Ferryman is even better than The Four Forges (the first book in the series which was a very good read). The Dark Ferryman continues to follow the lives of Rivergrace (an elf with strong but unknown powers), Sevryn (a loyal guard to the queen), Nutmeg (a funny, rowdy, loyal 'dweller'), the Queen of the Vaelinars and her brother, Quendius (the evil, plotting villain), among many other interesting characters. This book answers many of the questions that were raised in the previous book. The characters continue to develop and enter into and out of various alliances. Rivergrace tries to discover her past only to find an answer that no one expected. Sevryn's loyalty is questioned. The Dark Ferryman makes several appearances and does several things, which adds an interesting spark to the storyline. Just when the sides seem to be chosen and the battle is about to begin an old enemy returns that could destroy them all, foe and ally alike. Wow! Conclusion: Amazing book, couldn't put it down until I was done. I read it in a day and a half (which was great but I got one heck of a headache from sitting in the same position all day, but it was worth it!)
harstan More than 1 year ago
The Gods were disgusted at the damage that the Mage Wars did so they took the magic away from them and turned their backs on the people of Kerith. The Vaelinar Elfin like beings of magic were thrown into Kerith and over the centuries this long life spanned species entrenched their way into the infrastructure of this world. Lariel the Warrior Queen rules the land, but she has enemies within and without as civil war seems imminent. --- Half-breeds Rivergrace and Sevryn, the Queen¿s Hand find love, but Lariel supervises them until she can make sure that the former is not a traitor or a threat to her rule. The powerful Warlord Quendius leads his ruthless army of two deadly races, one of which is the Raymy, a deadly race of sentient reptiles. Lord Diort has his Boelgers, Galdarkin and his Kerran as alliess and they prepare for war against Kerrith. Enemies become allies and friends become seditious foes as the Ways become dangerous with only the DARK FERRYMAN seeming to know the answers, but his cost is exorbitant just ask Rivergrace and Sevryn. --- Jenna Rhodes has written a wonderful epic fantasy in the tradition of Terry Brooks and Kate Elliot. THE DARK FERRYMAN is filled with backstabbing political intrigue and fascinating characters who mostly have personal agendas to gain power. Especially fascinating is a brilliant Machiavellian traitor who makes the Neocons look honest as this genius plays puppeteer operating from the shadows to string those in the inner circle of the queen. There are plenty of surprises and twists starting from the moment the beleaguered Lariel no longer trusts those whom she always thought were loyal and as revelations surface, readers cannot put down this superb tale waiting for the next spin to occur. --- Harriet Klausner