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Image of Cry of Sorrow: Book Three in the Dreamer's Cycle Series


Image of Cry of Sorrow: Book Three in the Dreamer's Cycle Series

Murder, treason, magic and love combine to make this epic fantasy a tale that will blow you away. Even if you haven't read the first two books -- and you should to fully appreciate the story -- you'll be drawn into this sweeping saga. The worldbuilding is superb, and excellent character development skillfully exposes personality and motivation.

Havgan, the Warleader of Corania, has defeated Kymru, but his victory is not complete. Before Havgan can proclaim himself High King, he must find the four treasures: the stone, spear, cauldron and sword. But Gwydion the Dreamer is determined to save Kymru so that his nephew Arthur can take his rightful place as king. He persuades a small group to set out with him as he embarks on the dangerous quest and they race against time to find the artifacts before Havgan does. (MEDALLION, Jul., 500 pp., $15.95)
Reviewed by: 
Gail Pruszkowski