By L. E. Modesitt Jr.
A brand new novel in L. E. Modesitt, Jr.'s big apple occasions bestselling Saga of Recluce. many years after the autumn of Cyador, its survivors have reestablished themselves in Cigoerne, a fertile kingdom coveted through adversarial acquaintances in much less hospitable lands. younger Lerial, the second one son of Duke Kiedron, lives within the shadow of his older brother Lephi, the inheritor to their father's realm. Lerial's destiny turns out preordained: he'll someday command his brother's forces in security of Cigoerne, serving at his older sibling's excitement, and no more.But while Lerial is distributed in another country to be fostered by way of significant Altyrn to profit the talents and knowledge he'll have to satisfy his destiny tasks, he starts a trip right into a a lot better international that brings out his actual power. Lerial has skills that few, as but, suspect: he's a kind of infrequent beings who can harness either Order and Chaos, the competing normal forces that form the realm and outline the magic that exists inside of it. And as warfare eventually engulfs the fringes of Cigoerne, Lerial's becoming mastery of Order and Chaos is confirmed to its limits, and his personal.
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This book is thus primarily addressed to such readers as may perhaps recall that the hide of Shelob was so horrendously hard that it ‘could not be pierced by any strength of men, not though Elf or Dwarf should forge the steel or the the children of húrin hand of Beren or of Túrin wield it’, or that Elrond named Túrin to Frodo at Rivendell as one of ‘the mighty Elf-friends of old’; but know no more of him. When my father was a young man, during the years of the First World War and long before there was any inkling of the tales that were to form the narrative of The Hobbit or The Lord of the Rings, he began the writing of a collection of stories that he called The Book of Lost Tales.
And now all those lands lie under the wave, And I walk in Ambarona, in Tauremorna, in Aldalómë, In my own land, in the country of Fangorn, Where the roots are long, And the years lie thicker than the leaves In Tauremornalómë. The memory of Treebeard, ‘Ent the earthborn, old as mountains’, was indeed long. He was remembering ancient forests in the great country of Beleriand, which was destroyed in the tumults of the Great Battle at the end of the Elder Days. The Great Sea poured in and drowned all the lands west of the Blue Mountains, called Ered Luin and Ered Lindon: so that the map accompanying The Silmarillion ends in the east with that mountain-chain, whereas the map accompanying The Lord of the Rings ends in the west with the same range; and the coastal lands beyond the mountains named on that map Forlindon and Harlindon (North Lindon and South Lindon) were all that remained in the Third Age of the country called both Ossiriand, Land of Seven Rivers, and also Lindon, in whose elm-woods Tree-beard once walked.
And in the autumn of that year, to point their words, there came an ill wind from the North under leaden skies. The Evil Breath it was called, for it was pestilent; and many sickened and died in the fall of the year in the northern lands that bordered on the Anfauglith, and they were for the most part the children or the rising youth in the houses of Men. In that year Túrin son of Húrin was yet only five years old, and Urwen his sister was three in the beginning of spring. Her hair was like the yellow lilies in the grass as she ran in the fields, and her laughter was like the sound of the merry stream that came singing out of the hills past the walls of her father’s house.
Cyador's Heirs (Saga of Recluce, Book 17) by L. E. Modesitt Jr.