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Way Between the Worlds (An Aelf Fen Mystery) by [Clare, Alys]
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About the Author

Alys Clare lives in the English countryside, where her novels are set. She went to school in Tonbridge and later studied archaeology at the University of Kent.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 785 KB
  • Print Length: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Severn House Digital (1 May 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007BEFZ8K
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #248,946 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm a big Alys Clare fan and have read everything she has written. Her novels don't disappoint ... not ever and you don't know who did what on the first page ..... you sometimes don't find out who the culprit is until very near the end... Excellent work and delightful novels.... but do try to read them in order.
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I can't understand why the other reviewer liked other 'Aelf Fen' books but not this one.Yes, there is 'magic', but so there is in the Hawkenlye books, quite a lot in some of them. As the series about Lassair has developed, so has her talent for healing and potential to be one of the 'Wise Ones' been developed. It isn't as if you are expected to believe in it, only to suspend disbelief. I think Lassair is an interesting character, and like anyone else with a strong talent, she has to learn to make full use of it. She certainly needs all the powers she has in this book.
Interesting bits in this story on the subject of 'bog bodies' and the Threefold Death. Where the stomach and head of the real bodies has been present, that and other signs show that that is how they died.
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Lassair the apprentice healer from the village of Aelf Fen has been residing in Cambridge city, in a strange twisty turny house belonging to the wizard Gurdyman, to enhance her spiritual skills and learning about mysticism and pagan magic. But someone is disturbing her sleep, calling out to her for help, and in those with this kind of magic, it's not wise to ignore dreams.
And so Lassair is off on another journey, this time with the mystical rune man Hrype, to discover who needs her. They encounter sacrificial death of an elemental pagan order whilst at Chatteris abbey to visit Lassair's novice sister, Elfritha, but soon they realise that there is a lot more to this mystery than Chatteris itself. And when Lassair continues to be haunted by that urgent voice, she realises that someone else very close to her heart is in desperate need of her still...

'The Way Between The Worlds' moves into another sphere of mysticism in that it centres almost entirely around the magical world of Hrype and Gurdyman the wizard, with their assistance being vital in the solving of the sacrificial fen murders. We also see a lot more of Rollo, the half-Norman spy who has Lassair's heart. Overall, the story is still a good, fast-moving and satisfying one, with the reader getting to 'see' different places in early Middle Age East Anglia. Still enjoyable, though drifting in a slightly different direction, in my opinion, than previous ones, where the emphasis is more on Lassair as an apprentice healer to her aunt Edild (who is hardly in this story).
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Again Alys Clare had written an excellent book, which is very hard to put down. I like this author and if you have not read the Hawkenlye series try those too!
I look forward to the next in this series
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