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Mistress of Land and Sea

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
The first two years of the War for Restoration of the Hegemony have been a brilliant success for Promono-Dei the World-Queen, helped by The Oracular Topaz hanging around her neck. It answers her every question about the present or past, but not the future.

Her bitter foe is Kordo-Strî, an influential member of the Council of Forty-Two of the Kingdom of Nobalos. Kordo-Strî
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Kayti Raet
Sep 12, 2014 Kayti Raet rated it it was amazing
In Mistress of Land and Sea sequel to Mistress of the Topaz by Betty Cross, Promono-Dei, the World-Queen is still engaged in a war she started in an effort to unite her queendom which was shatter during her father's reign when Nobalos and other cities rose up in rebellion.
At the urging of her lover, Weinti, a beautiful former slave girl, she sets free all of the slaves, even those in kingdoms yet to be conquered.
Showing superior battle skills on land as well as crushing Nobalos's dominion over t
Betty Cross
Sep 12, 2014 Betty Cross rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I'm the author, so naturally I 'm going to give it a five. If you don't believe in your own work, who will?
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I attended suburban Atlanta public schools before earning a BA in History from Davidson College in Davidson, NC and an MA in Journalism from the Henry Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia at Athens, GA. However, like many refugees from the liberal arts, I then moved into the computer field.

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