Harp of Winds

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National Geographic Books, Feb 1, 1995 - Fiction - 464 pages
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With Aurian, Maggie Furey made her dazzling debut as fantasy’s newest star. Now the magnificent saga of Aurian and her people sweeps on in a blaze of glory, terror, and mystic enchantment. . . . 

Driven from the holy city of Nexis by the crazed Archmage Miathan, the flame-haired Lady Aurian has survived the deadly sandstorms of the South. But now, round with child and bereft of her magic powers, she and her beloved Anvar have set forth on the perilous journey back—bearing the incandescent Staff of Earth that may be the key to healing a world rent by cataclysm. Before them lies a land locked in the icy grip of eternal winter by Miathan’s powerful sorcery. Can they battle their way through and, fulfilling the destiny crafted for them centuries before, destroy the dark forces gathered there.

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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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