Sing the Four Quarters

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DAW Books, 1994 - Fiction - 410 pages
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Only those born with the Bard's gift could learn to call the kigh--the spirits of earth, air, fire, and water--to do their bidding. For Princess Annice, who could sing the elemental spirits from each of the four quarters, the lure of that magic was too strong to be denied, even if it meant renouncing her royal privileges. Advertising in Locus.

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User Review  - Bcushman - LibraryThing

I am so glad that I bought all the books in this series at once because I could not stop reading them and would have been sorely disappointed to have to wait to move on to the next one. This is a fantastic trilogy that is sure to delight. Read full review

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User Review  - PatienceFortitude - LibraryThing

This is actually the only one of this Bard series that I've read. I have trouble with the elemental fairie sprite things that keep following the bards around. Too much like cartoons or talking animals ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Tanya Huff may have left Nova Scotia at three, and has lived most of her life since in Ontario, but she still considers herself a Maritimer. On the way to the idyllic rural existence she shares with her partner Fiona Patton, six cats, and a chihuahua, she acquired a degree in Radio and Television Arts from Ryerson Polytechnic—an education she was happy to finally use while writing her recent Smoke novels. Of her previous twenty-three books, the five—Blood Price, Blood Trail, Blood Lines, Blood Pact, Blood Debt—featuring Henry Fitzroy, bastard son of Henry VIII, romance writer, and vampire are among the most popular.

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