Traitor's Moon

Front Cover
Bantam Books, 1999 - Fiction - 540 pages
173 Reviews
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.

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

Great plot - fast read, interesting world building. - Goodreads
Plot was a little complicated. - Goodreads
I love Lynn Flewelling's writing. - 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

Review: Traitor's Moon (Nightrunner #3)

User Review  - Tess - Goodreads

Traitor's Moon read like an interlude in the fast-paced lives of Alec and Seregil. a pause from their rambunctious adventures to face something a little less life-threatening but more personal ... Read full review

Review: Traitor's Moon (Nightrunner #3)

User Review  - Thetravelingpanda - Goodreads

So the guys are finally going in Aurenen. I thought it was a good surprise but why so soon? It is only the third book; I thought about it for a while and then it hit me, it's maybe a way for Seregil ... Read full review

Selected pages

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1999)

Lynn Flewelling grew up in Presque Isle, Maine. She earned a degree in English from the University of Maine then studied veterinary medicine at Oregon State University and classical Greek at Georgetown University. She teaches writing workshops and has been a guest instructor at the Stonecoast Writers' Conference, the World Science Fiction Convention, and the Maine Writers' and Publishers' Alliance. She lives in Bangor, Maine.

Bibliographic information