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Empress of Clouds (Book) - 1/18/2005 1:53:31 PM
In the sequel to Moonsword, Princess Tolian of Lorm has overcome her discomfort over her transformation from male to female and begun to accept her fate as a woman as well as the earthly incarnation of the Moon Goddess. Her cousin, Prince Kelvris, incensed that a woman may ascend to the throne, feels he should be rightfully named King of Lorm and accepts an offer made by Dowbreth, a faerie warlord, to help him in this effort. After minimizing Tolian's powers, Dowbreth kidnaps her and takes her to the faerie world. He forces Tolian to claim her right as Empress of Faerie and agree to wed him, ensuring his position as Lord of Faerie. Tolian's wife, Brythia, tracks Tolian, in an effort to save her from the faerie warlord's control. All seems lost when Brythia learns the faerie world has been closed and no one can enter, but she refuses to accept this and calls upon her own druidic powers to take her to Tolian and deliver to her the Moonsword. Diana Hignutt weaves her own form of magic with this tale of fantasy. Displaying a creative imagination for imagery, visual detail, and interesting characterization, she moves the story along at a fast pace, with a chase sequence that is exhilarating to read. This is the first fantasy I've read, and I admit to being spellbound the entire book. Ms. Hignutt delivers a nice twist at the end, brilliantly setting up the next book in the series, one that I am sure will be highly anticipated. Christy Tillery French

The Flight of a Wild (Poetry) - 2/14/2005 5:29:32 PM
interesting synapsis of perspective and a deeply motivated poem ...

The Flight of a Wild (Poetry) - 2/10/2005 10:05:50 AM
I read this and it is rather unique and interesting and I have bad eyesight to but I followed the jest of what you are writing about.

The Flight of a Wild (Poetry) - 2/10/2005 9:17:25 AM
i read a.d., i'm sorry but if it isn't posted here, i move on

The Flight of a Wild (Poetry) - 2/10/2005 7:57:08 AM
It looks good from what I read, but the writing is so small, I failed the eye test..Sorry. But while I could read, it was a Great read..

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