Exile's Children

Exile s Children Part One Of The Exiles SagaIn the peaceful land of Ket Ta Witko the People have lived for generations in harmony kept from trouble by their Seers guiding dreams But not even those talents are proof

  • Title: Exile's Children
  • Author: Angus Wells
  • ISBN: 9780553299038
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Exile's Children

    Part One Of The Exiles SagaIn the peaceful land of Ket Ta Witko, the People have lived for generations in harmony, kept from trouble by their Seers guiding dreams But not even those talents are proof against the powers of love and love thwarted When a blood feud escalates into violence, the People find themselves beset by a race of implacable demons, intent on destroyinPart One Of The Exiles SagaIn the peaceful land of Ket Ta Witko, the People have lived for generations in harmony, kept from trouble by their Seers guiding dreams But not even those talents are proof against the powers of love and love thwarted When a blood feud escalates into violence, the People find themselves beset by a race of implacable demons, intent on destroying everything they hold dear And their one chance at redemption lies worlds away, in the harsh and dismal prison colony of Salvation, where a tavern girl, a gambler, and a young boy with the forbidden talent for True Dreaming have been unjustly accused and bound into a lifetime of servitude Individually, they are helpless Together, they may alter the future forever.

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    1. Brian Durfee

      Loved. Loved this book. I am of the opinion that the best fantasy (like novels by Angus Wells) was written in the late 80s early 90s. Much of the fantasy stuff being published today is just superhero/comic booky nonsense or overly grim and dark for grim and dark sake (btw I like grim and darkjust not ALL the time). I oftimes pull a novel I read in 1981 or 1988 or 1994 off my shelf and find myself pleasantly surprised when I re-read it. I find how well-written it is and how the characters are wel [...]

    2. Mike Trevors

      Loved this series. It's been a long time I've read it, but, it was one of the first fantasy series I read where1) The use of fire-arms.2) Mankind was not your typical 'european' group. It was first nations people.3) Duology. Great great series.Out of print now, pick em up if you see them!

    3. Wendryn

      Good story, but there were a ridiculous number of typos and editing issues! I found it difficult to read because of the errors.

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