The Sky Warden & the Sun

Front Cover, Nov 22, 2005 - Fiction
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Salis life has been thrown into turmoil and he is on the run, from more than one pursuer, it appears. He is accompanied by his new-found friend Shilly and heis not entirely sure where he wants to goobut Shilly is. She wants to find her teacher Lodois old teacher, the Mage Van Haasteren, which means they must head north to the Interior, where Salis mother was born. The journey is over rugged, mountainous country on the Old Line and itis dangerous. The Sky Warden Shom Behenna is after them and they must risk all top reach the Divide and get across to the other side, not even knowing if the Stone Mages will help them.iMagical and mesmerizing, The Stone Mage & The Sea is a story to disappear into, whether youire 15 or 50.--Kim Wilkins, author of Angel of Ruin.iSean Williamsi The Stone Mage & The Sea is an alchemical blend of elemental magic, tragic romance and the coming of age of a young boy. Poised between Earthsea and Mad Max, the magic of fantasy meets the wonder of science fiction.i--Jonathan Strahan.

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User Review  - salimbol - LibraryThing

Excellent follow-up to 'The Stone Mage & the Sea', starting with a a fantastic escape sequence across the Australian-style landscape, and then immersing us in the complex politics of the Stone Mages ... Read full review

Review: The Sky Warden and the Sun (The Change #2)

User Review  - James Nieting - Goodreads

The magic gets more impressive in this book Read full review

About the author (2005)

Sean Williams is a New York Times best selling science fiction author. He was born in Whyalla, Australia in 1967. He studied at Adelaide University receiving a Bachelor of Economics. Sean completed a Masters in Creative Writing in 2005 and is currently a PhD candidate. Sean is a prolific writer. His books include the Books of the Catalcysm and (with Shane Dix) Evergence, Orphans and Geodesica series. Sean is a multiple recipient of both the Ditmar and Aurealis Awards. His novelisation of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed was the first novelisation of a computer game to debut at #1 on the "New York Times" bestseller list. Sean lives in Adelaide, Australia.

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