Traitor's Moon

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Random House Publishing Group, 1999 - Fiction - 540 pages
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The war between Pleminar and Skala continues. There are growing rumors that Skala's ancient ally, Mycena, is about to join with the wealthier Pleminar, cutting Skala off from all trade routes. Now Alec and Seregil are sent on their most daring mission yet: convince the people of Aurenen, who exiled Seregil years ago, to join Skala and end the war. But when the Queen dies in the middle of negotiations, Alec and Seregil are left in a morass of shifting alliances, until it is impossible to tell friend from foe.

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I love Lynn Flewelling's writing. - Goodreads
Plot was a little complicated. - Goodreads
I also enjoyed the introduction to Aurenfrei. - Goodreads
The ending did not dissapoint either. - Goodreads
Thero's characterization is my favorite in this novel. - Goodreads
The plot is non-existent, suspense zero, point: none. - Goodreads

Review: Traitor's Moon (Nightrunner #3)

User Review  - Judy - Goodreads

Confusing but still gripping. I'd add one more star but for the irritating overuse of the word "Friend" when "Lover" or "Talimenios" would have been more appropriate. Read full review

Review: Traitor's Moon (Nightrunner #3)

User Review  - Kevin Coulor - Goodreads

Ah, another fantastical masterpiece by the lady Lynn. Started off a bit boring at first and didn't care much for the political side of the story, but Seregil's emotional journey through his homeland ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Lynn Flewelling wurde am 20. Oktober 1958 als Lynn Beaulieu in Presque Isle, Maine, USA geboren. Sie studierte an der University of Maine in Presque Isle. 1981 heiratete sie Douglas Flewelling. Seither hat Lynn unter anderem Literatur und Veterinarmedizin studiert und als Nekropsietechnikerin, Buroangestellte, freiberufliche Lektorin, freiberufliche Journalistin und Lehrerin bei Kursen fur kreatives Schreiben gearbeitet. Ihre Bucher, unter anderem die Schattengilde-Reihe und die Tamir Triad geniessen bei Kritikern weltweit grosste Anerkennung und wurden in bislang zwolf Sprachen ubersetzt.

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