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But the power, which Fifteen years ago, a brilliant scientist built a barrier against the dangerous power that radiates from the City of Glass in the southern land, allowing the citizens of Chevakia to live without fear of their lives.
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But the power, which they call sonorics, controls the weather in Chevakia. While taking measurements for his job, he is the first to notice a rapid rise of sonorics levels out-of-season. The senate is locked in trivial debate, and to make them listen, he has to take a step he never thought to make. After the huge explosion of the machine they call the Heart of the City, Loriane has fled the southern land with the sorcerer Tandor, who hovers in and out of consciousness.
Just before the explosion, southern queen Jevaithi fled into Chevakia with her young lover Isandor. Something so bad that it sends waves of sonorics into Chevakia, causing even the Chevakians to flee. Several streams of refugees are heading for the Chevakian capital. Southerners by train, Chevakians by road, into a city that is tragically unprepared, a country in turmoil with a leader whose support hangs by the merest thread.
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I liked the concept, but felt it lost impetus. Jan 04, Warren Dunn rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy , fantasy-magic , fantasy-medieval. I found this book to be more interesting than the previous one, which focused on an unknown magical source. This book showed the frustrations of the only politician who can see the upcoming disaster for what it is, a man who is trying to live in the past, and a small group leading the way across the border. Apr 20, George Campbell rated it liked it Shelves: for-fun.
I continue to enjoy the characters and the world they inhabit. My biggest issue with the book is that it ended too soon - there was no real payoff at the end, making it just a way to get the characters from the first book to the third book probably not an issue if it was a single omnibus edition. There were some issues with the editing, but I can overlook those when the story is compelling. I look forward to the third book and discovering the rest of the story. Aug 29, Shaun Carney rated it really liked it.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I would give this book 3. Not bad, but not great.
Some questions come to fore that we hope are answered in book 3 but they aren't. A new "hero" emerges and our erstwhile hero from book 1 languishes in the grip of a creature he is supposed to control, but the author doesn't tell us how the servitor controls Tandor unless I missed something. At the very end, the author places a gun on the mantle figuratively , that we expect to be used in the final book.
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Mar 09, Teri rated it liked it. Great story and characters! Loved the story but not too fond of the ending but great writing and a lot of fun to read!
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The story moves to chevakia were the refugee's from the southern state are fleeing from the deadly icefire cloud. This book cleverly sets up the final installment.
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