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Timeless Moon (Tales of the Sazi) Mass Market Paperback – 4 Mar 2008
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Josette Monier is one of the older Sazi, a seer who has visions of the past, present and future on a daily basis. She's been living in self-imposed exile for some time but her peace is shattered by yet another assassination attempt by some Sazi snakes. She defeats the snakes but is asked by another Sazi to help them as someone is attacking the other seers and Josie may be the only one strong enough to overcome their adversary.
Josie was previously married to Rick Cooper but he walked out on her and since died. When Josie discovers Rick is actually alive she has to decide whether to trust him, to reconnect with him and whether he can help her to uncover what's going on with the Sazi seers. Rick has to decide whether the harder, perhaps more heartless Josie is worth becoming involved with again. And Josie has a secret that Rick doesn't know - that she is mated to one of the other Sazi.
Most of this story seems to be about Josie and/or Rick being attacked by Snakes or humans, escaping, phoning some other Sazi up for help and new identities, and then onto the next attack. The reunion between Josie and Rick is actually rather low-key, considering their history, and they seem to get back together surprisingly quickly and easily. Rick was a good character with his ability to feel and enhance emotions which had caused him to live as a recluse for a century and Josie was also well written as a troubled woman with great powers and a tendency to do her own thing without planning but also with a need for care, protection and love.Read more ›