Wizard's Betrayal

Wizard s Betrayal The TrinistyrAncient holy relic Cursed symbol of power Key to Nearra s future or her destructionAn antique map reveals yet another family secret Nearra must relive the suffering of two of the wizards

  • Title: Wizard's Betrayal
  • Author: Jeff Sampson
  • ISBN: 9780786939930
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wizard's Betrayal

    The TrinistyrAncient holy relic Cursed symbol of power Key to Nearra s future or her destructionAn antique map reveals yet another family secret Nearra must relive the suffering of two of the wizards betrayed by her ancestor, or her family s magic and the healing power of the Trinistyr will never be restored.Undeterred, Nearra, Jirah, and their friends contThe TrinistyrAncient holy relic Cursed symbol of power Key to Nearra s future or her destructionAn antique map reveals yet another family secret Nearra must relive the suffering of two of the wizards betrayed by her ancestor, or her family s magic and the healing power of the Trinistyr will never be restored.Undeterred, Nearra, Jirah, and their friends continue their mission, arriving at the once great city of Tarsis But they do not journey alone Two elf mages watch them from afar, while a dark cleric follows their every move Betrayals come to light New powers arise And a startling revelation threatens to destroy Nearra, once and for all.

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      Published :2018-08-06T20:43:41+00:00

    One thought on “Wizard's Betrayal

    1. Jim C

      This is the second book of a trilogy that is part of the YA series of the Dragonlance lore. In this one, our companions learn that they need to break two more curses before Nearra's family magic can be restored. Along the way they will fight dragons, evil mages, and centaurs.I am not feeling this trilogy. The YA series has been enjoyable but this series is not doing it for me. I do like the message about family and sisters trying to reconnect with each other. The only character I can stand is Ke [...]

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