Warriors of Isis

Warriors of Isis In this third tale of high adventure and passionate romance Whit Kali Lilith and company of the Freeland Warriors deal with new threats to the security of their people The evil sorcerer Arinna Soj

  • Title: Warriors of Isis
  • Author: JeanStewart
  • ISBN: 9781883061036
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this third tale of high adventure and passionate romance, Whit, Kali, Lilith, and company of the Freeland Warriors deal with new threats to the security of their people The evil sorcerer Arinna Sojourner, the product of genetic engineering, has evaded capture and vows to destroy the fledgling colony of Isis with her incredible psychic powers As Whit and Kali, and otheIn this third tale of high adventure and passionate romance, Whit, Kali, Lilith, and company of the Freeland Warriors deal with new threats to the security of their people The evil sorcerer Arinna Sojourner, the product of genetic engineering, has evaded capture and vows to destroy the fledgling colony of Isis with her incredible psychic powers As Whit and Kali, and other warriors prepare to do battle with a seemingly unbeatable foe, Danu makes her own plans to avenge a beloved friend s death at Arinna s hands To save their world, they will travel to the peaks of the Cascade Mountains to face Arrina s terrifying magical powers.This novel bursts with life and conflict, and Stewart weaves a rich tapestry of an all woman s society in the twenty first century filled with lovers, villains, heroines, and a peril so great it forges a bond between all the diverse women of this unforgettable place called Isis.A Lambda Literary Award Finalist

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    1. Like I said in the other "Isis" reviews, it's just such bad lesbian fiction! But by the time I got to this third book, I really do appreciate Stewart's writing. It's not her fault she was writing in the mid-nineties, in the midst of all that. What it meant to be a lesbian then is a far cry from what it means now, and you can tell in the lesbian fiction of that era. So it's no worse than bad early nineties pop music (or pop culture). It's likeable, even. In a "oh, if only you could only see yours [...]

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