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The Craft of Light (Night-Threads #4)

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Four years after Aletto, the rightful duke of Zelharri, is restored to his throne, Lialla, the outcast duchess of Zelharri must use her secret powers of Hell-Light to determine her fate.
Paperback, 280 pages
Published May 1st 1993 by Ace Books
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Dec 30, 2014 Aelvana rated it it was ok
Four years after banding together to make Aletto Duke, life goes on. Robyn has her children, Jennifer has her husband (and her paperwork), Chris is off traveling the world with his trading company, and Lialla still hasn't really made up her mind what she wants to do with herself. When northern women send Lialla a plea to help them, she sets off alone to remedy the situation. Meanwhile, old enemies are scheming against Dahven and Jennifer...

Once again the back cover does not do this book the remo
Jan 06, 2010 Lesley rated it liked it
Ok, volume 4 was a much more well-crafted novel than the previous 3. Tighter plot, tighter dialog, tighter characters, tighter everything. Plus it was much more interesting, having finally moved past the "restore the rightful heir whilst fighting amongst ourselves" plotline. This time I didn't have to rely on my interest in Han Solo to care about what happened - it was actually interesting on its very own merits. The worldbuilding has gotten MUCH more interesting than the generic fantasy setting ...more
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