Sokhal's Star (Song of Narne Book 2)

Sokhal s Star Song of Narne Book Kenrad held the pendant in his clasped hands Sokhal s Star flickered then began to glow brighter and brighter light streamed out from between his fingers Magic The likes of which Blumgar had never see

  • Title: Sokhal's Star (Song of Narne Book 2)
  • Author: Bill Fitts
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kenrad held the pendant in his clasped hands Sokhal s Star flickered then began to glow brighter and brighter light streamed out from between his fingers Magic The likes of which Blumgar had never seen Kenrad s hands were ablaze, burning with a light so strong it hurt the eyes Suddenly the night was lit by a burst of lightning, as if the sun had exploded The attackeKenrad held the pendant in his clasped hands Sokhal s Star flickered then began to glow brighter and brighter light streamed out from between his fingers Magic The likes of which Blumgar had never seen Kenrad s hands were ablaze, burning with a light so strong it hurt the eyes Suddenly the night was lit by a burst of lightning, as if the sun had exploded The attackers broke their silence with screams of agony that quickly died away In the eerie quiet that followed, Blumgar stared at the hairs on his forearm They were shriveled by the heat, like those of a blacksmith.

    One thought on “Sokhal's Star (Song of Narne Book 2)”

    1. The Song of Narne tale continues the story of Kenrad and Blumgar. Now, though, they have a third member to their party, the Sand Cat Pratha, as they search for where the screaming swords are forged within the Ardunrand mountains.Their path is not the only thread we follow. We continue to learn more of the Erramus, especially Errandra, a young woman just coming into adulthood. Will she be a Listener, as her grandmother? Will she be able to help Kenrad and Blumgar in their quest?I'm still most int [...]

    2. ExcellentIt's a good book of you like cats. Though it's still a good read if you like dogs as well, even though there aren't many (any?) in the story.

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