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WARRIOR
by Jennifer Fallon

Genre: Fantasy, General Fantasy

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Fallon merges epic fantasy with political intrigue and delivers a thrilling, page-turning saga. The complex characters and plot twists are perfect for those who like their sword-and-sorcery on a higher level. This is an ambitious, detailed epic whose end rips readers from a world they won't want to leave.

The second in a trilogy, Warrior continues the chronicles
of Marla Wolfblade, the fascinating puppet master of her country's throne. Marla acts proactively and secretly
to protect her young son Damin, the country's incumbent ruler, from assassination attempts and manipulation, all while concealing her knowledge of
his tormentor's identity.

The novel places equal focus
on each of the children in Marla's care, and achieves the almost-impossible feat of granting each his or her own moving, complex tale. (TOR, Sep.,
512 pp., $25.95)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Scarpati

Publisher: Tor

Published: September 2006

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