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Infanta (Indigo #3)

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Her name is Indigo, the color of mourning--and her home is the wide world, for she has no other. Indigo cannot die or age--for until she destroys the demons she recklessly released from the Tower of Regrets, she is doomed to wander the world with no one but the telepathic wolf, Grimya, as a friend.
Paperback, 310 pages
Published February 15th 1990 by Tor Books (first published January 1st 1989)
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Jul 30, 2015 Omaira rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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“ En esa fría hora que hay antes del amanecer... me volverás a ver”

Han pasado doce años desde que Anghara ahora Indigo, liberase a los siete demonios y a su Némesis de la Torre de los Pesares. Ahora, como marinera en el Kara-Karai, llega a las costas del país natal de su madre, y pronto Indigo pone rumbo a la capital de este, Simhara. Pero antes de llegar allí con un grupo de mercaderes, corre la noticia de que la ciudad ha sido asediada y que el gobernante, el Takhan, ha sido asesinado. In
This book takes Indigo to the Eastern Continent. There she rescues a noble woman and her infant to be captured by the warlord that they had been fleeing from. Unexpectedly, the new ruler of the kingdom of Simhara welcomes the infant with the plans of marrying her when she comes of age. Indigo is welcomed into the palace routine as the Infanta's caretaker and companion.

But not everything is as idyllic as it seems. Every year around the Infanta's birthday she and the entire palace are plagued with
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Aug 25, 2012 Lisa H. rated it it was ok
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This is as far as I got with the series - I had hoped that after a slow start, things would begin moving more quickly (i.e., dealing with more than one [of the challenges the main character was compelled to resolve before her quest would be complete] per book), but with this one it became obvious that was not going to happen, and it wasn't good enough a story to get me to buy FIVE MORE BOOKS to finish the whole thing.
Oct 28, 2015 Zardwiz rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Este Libro levanta mucho con respecto al anterior. Los personajes están mas desarrollados, la historia te mantiene con la intriga de quien es el verdadero demonio.
Algunas descripciones de lugares me gustaron mucho, y la autora hace mucho hincapie en los personajes femeninos.
Va repuntando, veremos que me espera con el Cuarto Libro.
May 30, 2008 Omly rated it liked it
In this whole series this was the demon that made the least sense to me. The rest were obviously internal demons from our own human nature, but this one is described as "entropy." The writing was good, but I was left a little puzzled.
Jul 23, 2008 Victoria marked it as to-read
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Just started chapter 7.
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My favorite out of the first four books in the series.
May 12, 2008 Julie rated it liked it
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Read in high school, don't remember much about it.
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not so much as the 1st book
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Louise Cooper was born in Hertfordshire in 1952. She began writing stories when she was at school to entertain her friends. She hated school so much, in fact—spending most lessons clandestinely writing stories—that she persuaded her parents to let her abandon her education at the age of fifteen and has never regretted it.

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