The Diviner

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Penguin, Aug 2, 2011 - Fiction - 448 pages
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Bestselling author Melanie Rawn's triumphant return to high fantasy.

The only survivor of royal treachery that eliminates his entire family, Azzad al-Ma'aliq flees to the desert and dedicates himself to vengeance. With the help of the Shagara, a nomadic tribe of powerful magicians, he will finally be able to take his revenge - but at what cost?
 

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User Review  - annertan - LibraryThing

The setting is beautiful. That said, the characters never came to life for me. There were too many passages when the author condensed the years leading up to a significant event. Too much telling. And ... Read full review

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Not as good as her Sunrunner series. Read full review

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IlKadiri 611630
IlNazzari 631698
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About the author (2011)

Melanie Rawn, the author of DAW’s bestselling Dragon Prince trilogy—Dragon Prince, The Star Scroll, and Sunrunner’s Fire—is a second-generation Californian who, after graduating from Scripps College with a B.A. in history, worked as a teacher and editor while writing her first two novels. She lives in a small town outside Los Angeles and keeps cacti as pets. She can be found at melanierawn.com.

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