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CAST IN FURY
by Michelle Sagara

Genre: Fantasy, General Fantasy

2008 Fantasy Novel Nominee

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Sagara's intrepid and dogged heroine returns in the fourth outing of her uniquely intriguing fantasy series. Along with the exquisitely detailed worldbuilding, Sagara's character development is mesmerizing. She expertly breathes life into a stubborn yet evolving heroine. A true master of her craft!

In an attempt to calm the
misperceptions regarding the Tha'alani role in an almost deadly tidal wave, Private Kaylin Neya and Corporal Severn are assigned Imperial Palace duty, assisting the royal playwright
in developing a play that will calm racial tensions.

Threats of riots highlight the importance of the project. But Kaylin's attention is suddenly diverted when Marcus, the Leontine Sergeant of the Hawks, is arrested for murder. Kaylin considers herself part of Marcus' Pridelea and won't back down from uncovering the truth. The truth, however, is a dark
and deadly menace. (LUNA, Oct., 496
pp., $14.95)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Luna

Published: October 2008

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