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Dancer's Rise (Dancer Trilogy) by Jo Clayton
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Dancer's Rise (Dancer Trilogy) (original 1993; edition 1993)

by Jo Clayton

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Title:Dancer's Rise (Dancer Trilogy)
Authors:Jo Clayton
Info:DAW (1993), Paperback, 368 pages
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Warmth. That's what she felt first. A warmth spreading from an irregular blotch to fill her.
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Serroi - first a warrior woman, later a pawn of the most evil wizard her people had ever known, and finally a powerful worker of earth magic. For centuries self-imprisoned, Serroi has at last escaped her bonds to find herself in a changed land, a place of scattered city-states which have slowly been acquiring artifacts of technology. And with Serroi's return, magic, long-vanquished and vanished, seems at last to be reappearing. From DAW publishing.
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