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The Burning House: Book Two of the Thran Chronicles

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Daepar, son of the legendary Andalarn Thran, finds his new responsibilities as Jarl daunting. Seduced by another House's daughter, his marriage failing, and his House in danger, can he live up to hisfather's reputation?
Paperback, 252 pages
Published November 10th 2003 by (first published November 2003)
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Oct 20, 2007 Paul rated it really liked it
This is part two of a six-part fantasy series about Andalarn Thran, Jarl (leader) of House Thran, one of several Houses on the island of Adylonis. For several centuries, no House has had the power to become Ascendant (to become "Crown Prince" of Adylonis, under the Emperor on the mainland). Therefore, the choice of Andalarn Thran, by the Council at Moorkai, to become Ascendant, is guaranteed to upset a lot of people. Foremost among these is House Suum, a military House who would like nothing mor ...more
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H. David Blalock has been writing speculative fiction for over 40 years. His work has appeared in novels, novellas, stories, articles, reviews, and commentary both in print and online. Since 1996, his fiction has appeared in over two dozen magazines including Pro Se Presents, Aphelion Webzine, Quantum Muse, Shelter of Daylight Magazine, The Harrow, The Three-Lobed Burning Eye, The Martian Wave an ...more
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