The Ryel Saga: A Tale of Love and Magic

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Lord Adept Ryel Mirai seeks to rediscover the Art that will release his mentor from the wraithworld of the Void, but a malignant sorcerer likewise imprisoned has enlisted the aid of Ryel's strongest rival to find the spell first. THE RYEL SAGA combines in a single volume the critically acclaimed epic fantasy duology WYSARD and LORD BROTHER (revised and expanded 2013 second edition). More

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About Carolyn Kephart

About the author: Early life as a military brat gave Carolyn Kephart an appreciation of nomadic lifestyles, a fascination with world cultures, and close-up insights into the warrior mentality and its manifestations, all of which influence her work. She loves things that nourish the spirit and widen the mind.

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Kephart's epic fantasy duology WYSARD and LORD BROTHER has received critical acclaim for its literary merit and timeless themes. THE RYEL SAGA: A TALE OF LOVE AND MAGIC combines both volumes in a single book.

QUEEN OF TIME looks at the Faust legend through a magic realism lens, with a female protagonist.

PENTANGLE: FIVE POINTED FABLES is a collection of Kephart's short fiction previously published in e-zines, plus a bonus tale.

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WYSARD, LORD BROTHER, QUEEN OF TIME AND PENTANGLE are available in paperback at Amazon.com/CreateSpace.

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Review by: Marie-Laure V. on Feb. 16, 2011 :
A journey in a world of magic and in the heart of a young man too long sheltered, against a dark evil more interested by his body than by his soul...
Beautifully written,it's a great work of fantasy "à l'ancienne", remiscent for me not only from French Cape et épée authors but of chansons de geste and Golden age of Sci-fi authors like Abraham Merritt or a less dark Leigh Brackett.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
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