The Mageborn Traitor

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Daw Books, 1998 - Fiction - 784 pages
46 Reviews
The Mage Guardians have survived the war?barely. Now Mage Captal Cailet and her sister Sarra are struggling to rebuild their society? politically, economically, and magically. Yet though defeated, their ancient enemies, the Malerissi, have not been destroyed, and under the leadership of Cailet?s and Sarra?s sister Glenin, these masters of a darker magic are once again weaving a web with which to entangle the entire world. And even as Cailet?s dreams of a restored Mage Hall become a reality, Glenin prepares to strike at the very heart of both her sisters? power...

? The second novel in the Exiles trilogy!
? 1.8 million copies of Melanie Rawn?s DAW books in print!
? All of Melanie Rawn?s books have been national bestsellers
? Stunning cover art by Michael Whelan

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Review: The Mageborn Traitor (Exiles #2)

User Review  - Debby Allen - Goodreads

Reread this too, changed rating from 3 to 5. Story holds, don't know what bothered me about it before, maybe just that Captal's Tower wasn't likely to be written. Started rereading not knowing that it ... Read full review

Review: The Mageborn Traitor (Exiles #2)

User Review  - Maria Sockel - Goodreads

The first book in the series was brilliant, so I had high hopes for this one at the same time as being a little bit worried it wouldn't be of the same standard. However, in its own way this book is ... Read full review

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Science fiction and fantasy novelist Melanie Rawn was born in 1954. She received a B.A. in history from Scripps College. Before becoming a full-time author, she worked as a teacher and an editor. She is the author of the Dragon Prince trilogy, the Dragon Star trilogy, the Exiles trilogy and other novels and short stories.