The Ruins of Ambrai, Volume 1

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DAW Books, 1995 - Fiction - 848 pages
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The isolated world of Lenfell seemed the perfect refuge for the Mageborn--a people persecuted for their magic powers. But the greater the magic, the greater the peril--and Lenfell was soon devastated by a war between rival Mage factions. Now, long after the war, three Mageborn sisters will find themselves on opposing sides in this world-shattering conflict.

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Review: The Ruins of Ambrai (Exiles #1)

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The only reason I didn't read the rest of this series was because it took me a couple years to find the next book. I intend to read them soon. Read full review

Review: The Ruins of Ambrai (Exiles #1)

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This was a really good book. The beginning is hard to get through because of all the details given, it is worth it though. It was also great to read about a world that is matriarchal. I really recommend this one. Read full review

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Science fiction and fantasy novelist Melanie Rawn was born in 1954. She received a B.A. in history from Scripps College. Before becoming a full-time author, she worked as a teacher and an editor. She is the author of the Dragon Prince trilogy, the Dragon Star trilogy, the Exiles trilogy and other novels and short stories.

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