Traitor's Moon (Nightrunner) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Nov 1999
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About the Author
Lynn Flewelling est nee en 1958 a Presque Isle dans le Maine, ville qui, contrairement a ce qu'on pourrait croire, n'est pas pres de la mer mais au fond des bois. Apres des etudes de litterature, d'histoire et une ecole veterinaire, elle a travaille comme employee a la morgue, peintre en batiment et journaliste avant de trouver sa voie et d'ecrire des series de Fantasy a succes.
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Top Customer Reviews
A fascinating look into Seregil's homeland - pile on the intrigue and dance the dance.
Lynn Flewelling has created a fascinating world that is (in itself) realistic, and characters that'd be fun to meet. Hopefully we won't have to wait too long for the next books to come out as they've become such favorites.
Lynn Flewelling is truly, a great author. The best I've read from, to tell you the truth. I'm not just saying so for the heck of it either; I'm a very picky reader, and often times a harsh critic, but I'm always very honest. For what is there to gain, from lying? Nothing. So I tell thee now, this book is well worth the time, and definately worth more than what it costs, mon amie.
It's filled with excitement, adventure, and sprinkled with a little bit of love and hate here and there, with a dash of mystery, and a plate of fun, served with a cup of danger. She appeals to your senses and wakes your imagination. It is THIS that makes her books so interesting to read.
If you get but one book this whole year, let it be from this series. You won't regret it, nor will you be able to put it down. *Smiles* Traitor's Moon, in my opinion, is a contemporary "WOW!".
While it stands on it's own plot wise, the more subtle bits do tie into the first two books but it's not like reading the first two is any hardship as they are as much fun as this one.
This is how fantasy SHOULD be written.
(note: I suspect this is the first review posted by someone who's actually read the book... )
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lynn is a brilliant writer, can't get enough of the Nightrunner series, have read 8 so far, looking forward to reading more in the future.Published on 16 Jun. 2013 by Mrs. M. A. Harmsworth
In the third installment of the Nightrunner series, the queen is growing weak from age and the war with Plenimar is draining Skala dry. Read more
If you've already read the first two Nightrunner books, you'll already be hooked. If not, I'd advise reading them first, so that you can see the development of the characters and... Read morePublished on 27 May 2007 by Sarah Kay
With the third book of the series Ms Flewelling shows us that even an accomplished writer's inspiration may fall short. Read morePublished on 21 May 2007 by Furio
This is the third instalment in Lynn Flewelling's amazing Nightrunner Series (not Trilogy). This book sees Alec and Seregil go to Aurenen in an attempt to help Princess Klia gain... Read morePublished on 14 Mar. 2007 by Alexa
I loved the first two books in the series. Howevever, I didn't like it as much because it didn't have that urban touch to it. Read morePublished on 20 Aug. 1999
I have been haunting the book stores waiting for this book for 2 years. Finally! It was worth the wait. I was interested in seeing where Ms. Read morePublished on 20 Aug. 1999
And, yes, that's a cliche - but I really couldn't put Traitor's Moon down, and even took a well deserved day off from work to read it. Read morePublished on 16 Aug. 1999
Traitor's Moon is as engrossing and satisfying as the two books before it. I picked it up and couldn't put it down again- even at the dinner table! Read morePublished on 15 Aug. 1999