Light Dancing on Shadows

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Ambros inches slowly towards the balance spoken of by Ochleos Rox. Forces can still destabilise a world struggling for eqilibrium. The chaos Malekim sought reaches across much of Ambros, but light does begin to dance on this world through the still heavy shadows. The bonding that will bring peace and stability has begun. More

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Words: 262,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9780473276980
About Katy Winter

Katy Winter was born in Australia but now lives in New Zealand with her husband and two rescued tabby cats. She attended university, obtaining degrees in English and History - subjects she later taught along with Classical Studies and Drama. Having left teaching she turned her efforts to writing the epic seven volume “Ambrosian Chronicles”, publishing these between 2013 and 2015. Katy’s next book entitled “Jepaul” was published early in 2017.

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Review by: ProfessorDuke on Sep. 09, 2015 :
Katy Winter's world of Ambros remains in chaos. Death and destruction hold sway, with the forces of evil striving to bring Ambros to the brink of doom. The balance sought after in the preceding books of the series is still uncertain. The children follow their individual destinies - some coming to realise they are not just ordinary people, but gifted in ways they can only begin to understand.
The author maintains the tension as the plot elements continue to intertwine and the children develop and mature. Ambrosian societies too develop as change comes to Ambros. With so much happening it would be easy for Katy Winter to "lose the plot" and the "Chronicles" themselves descend into chaos; however she avoids this, clearly aware that the reader needs to be able to keep in touch with events as they unfold. She achieves this with apparent ease.
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)

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