A Working of Stars (Mageworlds Series #7)

A Working of Stars (Mageworlds Series #7)

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A Working of Stars (Mageworlds Series #7) by Debra Doyle, James D. Macdonald

The new novel in the sweeping Mageworlds series.

On the planet Entibor, Arekhon sus-Khalgath sus Peledaen has found shelter and domestic tranquility with his old love, Elaeli Inadi, at the price of what he had left behind: a dispersed and shattered Mage-Circle, an estranged brother who had tried to kill him, and a homeworld on the cusp of massive cultural upheaval.

Arekhon finds himself impelled homeward by strange dreams and prophetic visions. The Great Working—the effort to do the unthinkable and reunite a galaxy long sundered by the Gap Between—remains incomplete, left unfinished in the aftermath of the dissolution of Arehkon’s Mage-Circle. But too much energy and too many lives have been poured into the Working already; and it cannot end so long as any of the Circle members remain alive and bound into it.

Home, unfortunately, isn’t a safe place for Arehkon to be at the moment. For Eraasi has changed—and the great fleet families at the center of the Eraasian culture are girding for war.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780812571936
Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
Publication date: 07/13/2003
Series: Mageworlds Series , #7
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 4.28(w) x 6.74(h) x 0.96(d)

About the Author

Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald live in Colebrook, New Hampshire. Their previous SF novels include The Price of the Stars, Starpilot's Grave, By Honor Betray'd, The Gathering Flame, The Long Hunt, and The Stars Asunder. Their fantasy novel, Knight's Wyrd, won the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award.

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This book was a disappointment to me. I hung in their and read the entire book but wish I hadn't. Definitely one to skip.