Five men and women find themselves flung into the magical land of Fionavar, First of all Worlds. They have been called there by the mage Loren Silvercloak, and quickly find themselves drawn into the complex tapestry of events. For Kim, Paul, Kevin, Jennifer and Dave all have their own part to play in the coming battle against the forces of evil led by the fallen god Rakoth Maugrim and his dark hordes.Guy Gavriel Kay's classic epic fantasy plays out on a truly grand scale, and has already been delighting fans of imaginative fiction for twenty years.
Fantasy-fortælling om fem studerende fra universitetet i Toronto, der inddrages i kampen mellem onde og gode magter i middelalderriget Fionavar.
Chronicles the adventures of five young men and women who become caught up in an epochal battle between the forces of good and evil
Five university students--Kimberly, Dave, Jennifer, Kevin, and Paul--meet a wizard who takes them to the heart of all worlds, Fionavar, where they discover who they were truly meant to be. Reprint.
In the first volume of Guy Gavriel Kay's classic trilogy The Fionavar Tapestry, five Toronto university students encounter a man who will change their lives, taking them from our world to discover their roles in an epic war looming in the first of all the worlds: Fionavar.
Five young people find themselves flung into the magical land of Fionavar, First of All Worlds, there to play their part in the vast battle against the forces of evil led by the fallen god Rakoth Maugrim and his dark hordes.
In the first volume of Guy Gavriel Kay’s classic trilogy The Fionavar Tapestry, five Toronto university students encounter a man who will change their lives, taking them from our world to discover their roles in an epic war looming in the first of all the worlds: Fionavar.
The Summer Tree is the first novel of Guy Gavriel Kay’s critically acclaimed fantasy trilogy, The Fionavar Tapestry. Five university students embark on a journey of self-discovery when they enter a realm of wizards and warriors, gods and mythical creatures--and good and evil… It all began with a lecture that introduced five university students to a man who would change their lives, a wizard who would take them from Earth to the heart of the first of all worlds--Fionavar. And take them Loren Silvercloak did, for his need--the need of Fionavar and all the worlds--was great indeed. And in a marvelous land of men and dwarves, of wizards and gods, five young people discovered who they were truly meant to be. For they are a long-awaited part of the pattern known as the Fionavar Tapestry, and only if they accepted their destiny would the armies of the Light stand any chance of surviving the wrath the Unraveller and his minions of darkness intend to unleash upon the world…
A memoir and meditation investigating the reasons behind the author’s fourteen-year withdrawal from writing.
The author explains her withdrawal from writing and the events in her life since the death of her mother.
[Menage and More: Erotic Historical Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, Multiple Partners] Summer Swan comes to the tribe as a slave and soon enslaves two mighty warriors with her love and sexuality. Tall Tree and Soaring Eagle are bonded to her as no other men before or since. Their love becomes a legendary saga of lust and love. Only men of her tribe were shaman or medicine men, but no man could match her skills and magic. She knew things no one else did. She communicated with the gods, the dead, and animals. She hunted better than most men. She could be as hard as rock or as soft as a kitten. She could laugh and cry for those she loved and showed no mercy for those she hated.
Many of Wharton's novels are characterized by a subtle use of dramatic irony. Having grown up in upper-class pre-World War I society, Wharton became one of its most astute critics. In such works as The House of Mirth and The Age of Innocence she employed both humor and profound empathy to describe the lives of New York's upper class and the vanishing of their world in the early years of the 20th century. In contrast, she used a harsher tone in her novel Ethan Frome to convey the atmosphere of lower-class rural Massachusetts.
Is home always where the heart is?