Sunder, Eclipse and Seed

Sunder Eclipse and Seed Shortlisted for the prestigious Crawford Award for BEST FIRST FANTASY novel by the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE FANTASTIC IN THE ARTS Elyse Guttenberg s high fantasy novel of myth and magic god

  • Title: Sunder, Eclipse and Seed
  • Author: Elyse Guttenberg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Shortlisted for the prestigious Crawford Award for BEST FIRST FANTASY novel by the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE FANTASTIC IN THE ARTS, Elyse Guttenberg s high fantasy novel of myth and magic, gods and desire pulls the reader to the edge of nightmare Born of the gods, she is the Waking Dreamer World Walker.When Calyx s father banishes her to the dream temple at AsterShortlisted for the prestigious Crawford Award for BEST FIRST FANTASY novel by the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE FANTASTIC IN THE ARTS, Elyse Guttenberg s high fantasy novel of myth and magic, gods and desire pulls the reader to the edge of nightmare Born of the gods, she is the Waking Dreamer World Walker.When Calyx s father banishes her to the dream temple at Aster, it s an answer to her prayers for now she will be trained to watch and speak the dreams of others.It s a world she longs to join As the youngest daughter of the lord of Briana, she is nothing like her vain sister or older brother who is too busy learning to be a soldier to notice his plain and frankly wild sister But Calyx alone is a jarak dreamer and until now it s a secret she preferred to keep Like the priests in the temples, she has dreams true jarak dreams and they are growing stronger all the timeBut learning the ways of the Sumedaro priests is difficult than she imagined and the world is changing Time is short People everywhere are having the same shared dream and the north is growing cold While priests scheme and a jealous queen stands in her way Edishu, the gods own nightmare, longs to escape his prison and conquer Calyx through her dreams.Now one woman stands alone to protect her people from the living death of a dread rule.

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    1. I first read/bought this book shortly after it came out in '90 or '91 and I still own that original paperback. It's one of my favorite books and I've re-read it over the years. It's clearly meant to have a sequel (which the author has indicated is actually coming, yay!), which is the only real shortcoming with this book (for me).Re-reading it (it was just released on Kindle, I haven't read it again since I moved to NC) made me happy, because many books that I loved as a kid don't really stand up [...]

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