The Law of Isolation (The Chronicles of Tevenar Book 2)

The Law of Isolation The Chronicles of Tevenar Book Two lands separated for a millennium by divine decree Each holds the key to the other s survival The Matriarch of Ramunna needs an heir Only the lost healing magic of the ancient wizards can help her

  • Title: The Law of Isolation (The Chronicles of Tevenar Book 2)
  • Author: Angela Holder
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two lands, separated for a millennium by divine decree Each holds the key to the other s survival The Matriarch of Ramunna needs an heir Only the lost healing magic of the ancient wizards can help her conceive and bear the daughter who will ensure Ramunna s future She sends an expedition to seek the wizards who legends say still dwell somewhere far across the unchartedTwo lands, separated for a millennium by divine decree Each holds the key to the other s survival The Matriarch of Ramunna needs an heir Only the lost healing magic of the ancient wizards can help her conceive and bear the daughter who will ensure Ramunna s future She sends an expedition to seek the wizards who legends say still dwell somewhere far across the uncharted ocean Tevenar hovers on the brink of disaster Elkan, Josiah, and the rest of the Wizard s Guild battle a virulent wheat blight, but even the Mother s power might not be enough to prevent a deadly famine The arrival of the Matriarch s envoy offers both hope and danger For in order to strike the bargain that could save both lands, they ll have to sacrifice the isolation that has protected Tevenar for centuries.

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    1. The Matriarch of Ramunna needs an heir. Only the lost healing magic of the ancient wizards can help her conceive and bear the daughter who will ensure Ramunna's future. She sends an expedition to seek the wizards legends say still dwell somewhere far across the uncharted ocean. Tevenar hovers on the brink of disaster. Elkan, Josiah, and the rest of the Wizard's Guild battle a virulent wheat blight, but even the Mother's power might not be enough to prevent a deadly famine.Two lands, separated fo [...]

    2. Bringing two worlds togetherIt held danger, moral dilemmas, magic, inventions, politics, betrayal, secrets, and assassins. Lovely!I liked learning about Josiah and Elkan. It's especially fun when they use too much power or use it a new way. I came to enjoy Nirel's scenes, too, but she is harder to connect with. I like the religious tensions and currents shaping the world.Josiah is still a bit reckless but definitely learning. Elkan is so determined and awesome. Sar is wise and awesome. Gevan is [...]

    3. A very engaging readThe world that Angela has postulated is fascinating and full of promise, the inherent conflicts of societies and contortions of religious fervor are believable and the blindness of fanatics is a frightening window on our own society. In the first book, I was frankly uncomfortable with the communistic and static nature of the world she envisioned. Now it is making more sense and growing increasingly more believable. I applaud her efforts and look forward to the next book.

    4. For some reason this book want as strong for me as the first book, possibly because I liked the first book so much. I did like the set up for the third book, unfortunately I felt much of the book responded around that.

    5. Good sequelBeyond the Boundary Stones is a good sequel to the first. My only quibble is that it feels a bit like a transition and setup book for the sequel, but the characters grow, the plot thickens and the first book's quality is more than matched.

    6. This book contains a lot more tension and that has gripped me into rooting for the protagonists even more than the first book.

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