Soarer's Choice: The Sixth Book of the Corean Chronicles

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Tom Doherty Associates, Nov 14, 2006 - Fiction - 544 pages
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L. E. Modesitt, Jr., author of the bestselling Saga of Recluce fantasy series, opens the door into a marvelous new world.

Millennia ago, a magical disaster caused the fall of a great worldwide civilization, the end of a golden age. New civilizations have fought their way up from the ancient destruction and chaos, knowing little of the lost world that preceded them or the details of its fall. Corus today is a world of contending countries, of humans, but also of strange animals and supernatural creatures. It is a place of magical powers, and of a few people who are talented enough to use them.

The time is at hand for the great move, for Corus to be abandoned by the civilizing forces of the government of Alectors. Dainyl and Mykel are trying to hold everything together as all the systems on Corus are failing. But the mysterious Ancients, the Soarers, may hold a powerful and destructive trump card.

The Corean Chronicles
Alector’s Choice
Cadmian’s Choice
Soarer’s Choice
The Lord-Protector’s Daughter

Other series by this author:
The Saga of Recluce
Imager Portfolio
The Spellsong Cycle
The Ghost Books
The Ecolitan Matter

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User Review  - surreptitiousevil - LibraryThing

In best "Star Wars" tradition, this sixth book of the series is, of course, actually chronologically book 3. The intertwined stories of Dainyl and Mykel continue through the increasing chaos of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - rvanrees - LibraryThing

Worthy end to the second trilogy. A civilization disappears, that much is known from the first trilogy. What I liked is how Modesitt shaped the end of the Ifrits. So much effort is expended: how much will prove to be futile? Will all civilization collapse? Will order remain? Etc. Nicely done. Read full review

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L.E. MODESITT, JR. lives in Cedar City, Utah.

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