The Tritargon (The Emperor's Library: Book Two)

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Book Two traces the lives of four major characters, which go separate ways only to converge in the final scenes. Jon finds himself entangled in the military affairs of the Chosen, while Zoë's relationship with the Emperor deepens. Meanwhile, Alf grapples with the problems of building the Emperor's capital-in-exile, and Klei embraces the life of the Rand, an ancient people with remarkable powers. More

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Words: 123,360
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465879264
Tags: mm romance
About Frederick Kirchhoff

A graduate of Harvard College, Frederick Kirchhoff has held a number of academic positions and has written books and articles on many literary topics, including British Romanticism and the writings of William Morris. He now lives in Portland, Oregon.

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Review by: Preston Faggart on March 05, 2012 : (no rating)
More adventures into life in this rough post-tech civilization.... The rigid, draconian puritans,The Chosen, have taken over most of the Empire, but the archives, library, and the newly crowned emperor are relatively safe... in the southern most valleys where the story began, rescued by foresters and ex-pats, from the Valley of the Women... with the help of the mysterious nature creatures, the Rand...

This Book Two, called The Tritargon, a magic device used by those strange creatures, the Rand, who call themselves the People, giving a means, to communicate wordlessly and understand the life they lead on their enchanted islands.... The shape and style of the device is tailor made for the individual by a sensitive craftsman... It gives them incredible power.

The adventures continue the story as the young protagonists are compelled into adulthood. Kirchhoff digs deeply into minds of the characters as they wrestle with there psyches, and the difficulties that confront them at every turn...

This whole fascinating saga could become the next Lord of the Rings. Makes one want to use the characters in further adventures, like the fan fiction that has sprung up with many popular books. The characters are so fully fleshed out, have that living quality that good writers like Kirchhoff can bring off. Looking forward to the book 3, and the promise of number 4.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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