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The Storm Weaver and the Sand (The Change #3)

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Sal and Shilly thought that they had found shelter with the Stone Mages when they fled Fundelry into the interior, but Sla's grandmother betrays them and brings Shom Behenna, their pursuer, into her home. At a hearing in the desert, the judgement of Stone Mages is that Sal and Shilly must be taken to the Sky Wardens.
Paperback, 416 pages
Published June 25th 2003 by Voyager
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Karen Field
Last Thursday I finished reading The Storm Weaver and the Sand by Sean Williams. It's the last book of The Change Trilogy.

This book was rivetting from the first page. I found that I didn't want to put it down and, when I had no choice but to do so, I was eager to return to the story. Being the last book in the set, the pace was a lot faster and all the loose ends were woven in soundly. By the time I got to the end of the book I was feeling upset as I knew the story was soon to end and I honestly
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Rose Copeland
This book took me a while to get through due to the page count, but the installment itself was a great end to the Books of the Change. Sal and Shilly's story continues with the second Books of the Cataclysm installment, and Williams doesn't skip a beat.

The only criticism I really have for this or any of Williams' books is regarding the description of scenes and places: it can be almost dizzying to try and picture what's going on or where the characters are at. This is partly because his scenes a
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Salimbol
An excellent finish to a solid fantasy series. It kept its focus on the tightly-knit threesome of Sal, Shilly and Skender, and revelations and growth (and romance!) abounded. It was also our first really good look at the Sky Warden city and culture, and I found this very interesting. Happily, it tied up all the loose threads nicely, and maintained a good balance between plot and characterisation. Having read the next series after the Books of the Change, the end to this trilogy wasn't exactly a ...more
Wilco
The third and last book of the change, i have to say that i enjoyed this book as much as the first two, untill the second half.

The ending, while fitting and true to the story lacks the world changing consquences i am used to from high fantasy novels, wich is the genre i usually read.

That said the end does have great consequences to the personal lives of Shilly and Sal is big. If you want a change from all the world breaking apocalypses (or rescues) this is the serie for you
Katharine (Ventureadlaxre)
I must admit, I didn't like this as much as I liked the first two books in this series. I did love how it all came tied together though, and the ending was perfect <3
Andrew
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A satisfying conclusion to the trilogy, although it lacked some of the excitement of the first book.
James Nieting
An interesting continuation of the series
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#1 New York Times bestselling Sean Williams lives with his family in Adelaide, South Australia. He’s written some books--forty-two at last count--including the Philip K. Dick-nominated Saturn Returns, several Star Wars novels and the Troubletwister series with Garth Nix. Twinmaker is a YA SF series that takes his love affair with the matter transmitter to a whole new level. You can find some relat ...more
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