Harp of Winds

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Orbit, 1998 - Aurian (Fictitious character) - 405 pages
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There had been four Artefacts of Power, belonging to the four branches of the Magefolk. Now, millennia later, only the human Mages survived, and the Artefacts were lost. Until the coming of Aurian...

Child of wizards, swordmistress, the headstrong Aurian had set her power against that of Miathan, the evil Archmage. Whilst he possessed the Cauldron of Rebirth, Aurian had recreated the Staff of Earth, the first of the three lost weapons, the only defence against Miathan's plans of conquest. Trapped in the Southern Lands, her powers reft by pregnancy, Aurian must rely upon the untried powers of the half-blood Mage Anvar as their odyssey takes them to the realm of the mysterious Xandim, to the peaktop city of the Skyfolk, and to the worlds beyond. But, Miathan's webs of deceit are only beginning to unfurl...

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User Review  - KAzevedo - LibraryThing

The second book in the series is again a fast and furious, action packed story that has Aurian and Anvar continuing their quest for the Artifacts of power, in this case, the Harp of Winds. There are ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Maggie Furey was born in North East England. She is a qualified teacher, but has also reviewed books on BBC Radio Newcastle, been an advisor in the Durham Reading Resources Centre and organised children's book fairs. She now lives in County Wicklow, Ireland.

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