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Sadar's Keep (original 1991; edition 1991)

by Midori Snyder

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Title:Sadar's Keep
Authors:Midori Snyder
Info:Tor Books (1991), Edition: 2nd THUS, Paperback
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This is the second book in the Oran trilogy by Midori Snyder. Different characters are being followed. The group fleeing from Beldan, an Oran farm girl and her Silean boyfriend, queen Zorah, and of course the New Moon. The situation in Beldan is terrible, there is not enough food or water, the taxes are high and all is going to Silea and the Silean war effort against the Oran. Meanwhile the children with magic, Jobber and others, start realizing how important they are to bringing change to Oran.
Snyder did some short recaps in the beginning of the book which were nice for those for whom reading part one has been a while, but were unnecessary for the whole of the story. The story itself is pretty fast paced and exciting. The Dutch edition did have some editing errors which were annoying, but the story was good. ( )
  divinenanny | Jun 28, 2011 |
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"They made of it a wasteland and called it peace."

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Voor mijn zoon, Carl,
en mijn dochter, Taiko
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Zein was hunched between two outcroppings of pink and gray granite, staring down over the craggy face of the Avadares mountains.
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Two hundred years ago, the Fire Queen destroyed her rival queens of Earth, Air, and Water in the fateful Burning and took power over Oran. No child with a trace of the elemental magic was alloved to live. Years later, the country still trembles under her oppression. But now there are rumors of hope. Four young women escaped—four who have the powers of Earth, Fire, Water, and Air—and are even now finding each other. At the same time, a ragtag army of artists and singers, orphans and vagrants, thieves and knifewielders is stealing into the city. Their sign is the bloodred, blade-thin New Moon . . .

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