Fallowblade (Crowthistle Chronicles, Book 4) Paperback – 19 Sep 2008
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The triumphant finale to the epic Crowthistle Chronicles --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Weapons glitter, mens voices are raised in battle-song and bright banners crack and flap in a sharp breeze; armies of steel and bronze are marching to war as the ruthless king of the southern realm executes his plan to seize dominion over the Four Kingdoms. With Tirs most powerful protectors slain by treachery and the defenders scattered, it appears nothing can stand in the tyrants way. Asrāthiel, summoner of storms, called 'Weatherwitch' by her wayward, eldritch companion, aids the defenders as best she can, but the invading armies are pushing further north and it seems that all is lost . . . Until a new peril unexpectedly looms; a far more dangerous and deadly menace that threatens not merely the balance of power, but the entire human race . . . Dart-Thornton conjures up her world of Tir in the luminous yet hard-edged manner of Jack Vance and Mary Gentle Washington Post --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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when there is a good story line.
And secondly that the author spends large portions of the book flogging the reader over the head with her long diatribe against animal cruelty and evil carnivorous humans. I skipped huge sections only to find that the author was still spewing her message via the voices of the main characters, but it just cluttered up the book and ruined the tone of what should have been the main plotline. I won't be reading any more of her books.