Voidfarer: A Tale of the Moonworlds Saga

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Macmillan, Feb 7, 2006 - Fiction - 397 pages
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At first Wayfarer Inspector Danolarian thought the huge oval thing that had fallen from the sky was a dragon's egg. When it opened, however, he knew that it was much, much worse. His world was being invaded by pitiless sorcerers from Lupan, who could sweep whole armies aside, and even defeat the invulnerable glass dragons. Surrender or flight were the only options ... but not for Inspector Danolarian, his Wayfarer Constables, and his sweetheart, the sorceress Lavenci.
Although Danolarian is no sorcerer, he's no ordinary Wayfarer either. Faced with civilization crumbling around him, and organized resistance shattered by the invincible magic of the Lupanians, he chances upon an unlikely ally and begins to fight back. It won't be easy, for he has to rally the demoralized sorcerers of Alberin, organize its terrified citizens, stay one step ahead of his own past, and, most importantly, survive a dinner party with Lavenci's mother.
 

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User Review  - Ramathael - LibraryThing

Another good novel in the Moonworlds series. Voidfarer is told in first person, unlike the third person perspective of the first two, and the style seems a little smoother (and more humorous) as a ... Read full review

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An ovoid object falls from the sky, leading Wayfarer Constable Danolarian to believe that it is a dragon's egg. Upon hatching, however, the object reveals an invasion force of sorcerers from the world ... Read full review

Contents

1 Eve of the War
1
2 In Alpindrak Palace
12
3 The Falling Star
36
4 On Wharfway Plaza
54
5 The Cylinder Opens
74
6 How I Reached My Room
90
7 The Sorceress and the Heat Beam
113
8 The Fighting Begins
125
14 The Deaths of the Sorcerers
218
15 The Banks of the Alber
241
16 Death of a Glass Dragon
266
17 Dinner with Mother
284
18 Exodus from Alberin
299
19 Alberin Against the Lupanians
309
20 The Megazoid
322
21 Temporians
348

9 In the Storm
143
10 What I Saw of the Destruction of Gatrov
155
11 Dead Gatrov
164
12 What We Saw from the Ruined Tavern
186
13 How We Spoke with the Lupanian
200
22 Evenings All for Courting
358
23 Alberin Alone
363
24 Wreckage
376
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SEAN MCMULLEN is one Australia's leading SF and fantasy authors, and lives in Melbourne. He has had a dozen books published, and is the winner of thirteen awards for SF and fantasy.

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