The Makers of Light: Book Two of The Masters That Be

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Spring is coming to Mierenthia, yet coldness is still keeping a tight grip upon the world. Dominick preaches the Master's wisdom but his heart is no longer in it. One morning he loses control. Merley is now walking on the path of artificery, while Linden and Rianor must decide what life truly is, as well as which lives are worth saving and which ones can, or should, be sacrificed. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 104,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465991881
About Lynna Merrill

Lynna Merrill was accused at an early age that she lived in a world of her own. Since then she has changed the country, continent, and language—but she still lives in worlds of her own. As a result she is the author of the young adult dystopian novel "Unnaturals" and the fantasy series "The Masters That Be" ("The Seekers of Fire", "The Makers of Light", "The Weavers of Paths").

In the real world Lynna has a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the Ohio State University and works in the software industry. She has participated in various open source software projects and writes her books using VIM and LaTeX. She also makes her own cover and interior art.

Lynna is interested in books (of course), computers, and “what if” questions. She lives on the southern shore of lake Ontario with her husband and soulmate, Alex.

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Review by: Rachel Cotterill on Dec. 27, 2011 :
This is the second book in the "Masters That Be" series, and an excellent continuation. Like many fantasy series, this is more like reading sections of one long book than individual novels. Compared to the first book, this volume has slightly less focus on Linden and Rianor, and more on Dominick and Merley, but in terms of ideas there is a continued examination of science and religion, control and independence. And there's plenty going on, of course, which makes it a very quick and fun read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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