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Priestess Of The White

Priestess Of The White by Trudi Canavan
ISBN
9780732278694
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
640
Dimensions
115 x 181 x 38mm

The brand new trilogy from the bestselling author of 'The Magicians' Guild'.

Auraya is chosen as the fifth White, a representative of the gods in the mortal world.

Raised in a small village, Auraya's opinions often conflict with those of her fellow Circlians. But she is powerfully gifted, and has a talent for negotiation that could help to unite Northern Ithania.
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The brand new trilogy from the bestselling author of 'The Magicians' Guild'.

Auraya is chosen as the fifth White, a representative of the gods in the mortal world.

Raised in a small village, Auraya's opinions often conflict with those of her fellow Circlians. But she is powerfully gifted, and has a talent for negotiation that could help to unite Northern Ithania.

In an ancient lighthouse lives a sorceress, hidden since the rise of the Circlians. All other immortals are dead or missing since the Circle sent the first White to kill them. When a priest comes to the tiny village nearby, the sorceress is forced to flee, but events conspire to place her in trouble's path.

Isolated within their mountainous terrain, the winged Siyee struggle to survive. Small and fragile, they are helpless against the 'landwalker' settlers taking their land. Auraya is sent to help them and also to enlist their aid.

Then the White hear of a renegade sorcerer hunting travellers, and discover a sinister cult led by strange sorcerers. Sorcerers who may be as powerful as the White . . .
ISBN:
9780732278694
Publication Date:
26 / 10 / 2005
Pages:
640
Dimensions:
115 x 181 x 38mm

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