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Arash-Felloren Paperback – 19 Jun 1997
Book 5 of 5 in the Chronicles of Hawklan Sequel Series
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Sinister changes are afoot in Arash-Felloren. The crystals, a source of great power, have fallen into the wrong hands, and two learned brothers from the Caldwan must venture into the city to stop the Kyrosdyn, and Imorren, their leader.
About the Author
Roger Taylor has written the Chronicles of Hawklan (THE CALL OF THE SWORD, THE FALL OF FYORLUND, THE WAKING OF ORTHLUND, INTO NARSINDAL and THE RETURN OF THE SWORD) and the epic fantasies DREAM FINDER, FARNOR, VALDEREN, WHISTLER, IBRYEN, ARASH-FELLOREN and CADDORAN, all available from Headline Feature.
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23 July 1999
Although this plays in the world of Hawklan at least 15 years after "Arash-Felloren" is different than the last 5 books. This time the protagonist Atlon itself took part in the battle at the coast of Riddin ("Into Narsindal"). He belongs to the brotherhood of the Cadvanwr and is able to use the power. Atlon on one side and Imorren on the other side (female leader of the Kyrosdyn and powerfull figure in the city Arash-Felloren) are the initiators of the story. Taylor uses the opportunities this plot is offering splendid. Very good written are the scenes of the Loose Pit and the Building Jyolan itself. The slowly growing power of Pinnate the Annointed and the terrible Serwolf opening the ways of the dream worlds to unit the fragments of Sumeral is the highlight. The story is unpredictable, dramatic and unusual. The quality of writing is good, makes it equal to the "Dream-Finder". All together more than worth to read.
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