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Winds Of The Forelands


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For 900 years, since the Qirsi War, the Forelands have enjoyed relative peace. The Qirsi leaders, Weavers whose powerful magic could bend to their will not only the elements but also the thoughts of others, were all killed. The rest of the pale-skinned Qirsi were scattered throughout the realm....

  • Author: David B. Coe
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    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful
    By: Anonymous
    2014-02-01 03:24:59

    This book was such a pleasant surprise that it got me into reading the rest of the series. David B Coe does a wonderful job keeping readers at the edge of their seats. There was lots of intrigue, suspense and twists that had me turning page after page without stop. I think this is a great read for anyone looking for a fantasy book with a well defined magic system and a balanced dose of political intrigue and action.

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