Blood Trillium (The Saga of the Trillium #2)
It is now twelve years since the events recounted in Black Trillium. Haramis has devoted herself to the study of magic and science; Anigel and her loyal husband, King Atar, govern their provinces with affection, seeking always to teach and see the right side of life; Kadiya has not changed—she's still...more
Thuisgekomen besloot ik het nu toch eindelijk te gaan lezen.
Steeds vaker pakte ik het boek op, na een wat moeilijk begin. Ik had niet begrepen, dat het het tweede boek ...more
A lot of my complaints are similar to the other novel: the characters are one-dimensional and at times idiotic, there isn't any real tension in the plot, and character "development" happens seemingly at random to meet the needs of the plot and not because of any actual growth. The introduction of children as prominent char ...more
Purportedly, I have the patience of a saint. However, this proved that assertion wrong.
If I had read this ten years ago, it would have pleased me. However, I have changed.
The lesson gleaned from this: people change. Yet not in every aspect. While I LOVE reading, socio-economic factors have rendered full enjoyment of Julian May very difficult.
Is he just a minor magician or is he the fabled Orogastus whom they fought twelve years before? Has he been resurrected and returned stronger than ever looking for revenge?
All the princesses know for sure is that Kadiya has lost her talisman and the world is in an uproar with freak storms and weather assaulting the lands.
The sisters need to work together to fully make the ...more
Julian May was the author, and parts of it were twee in a British way, especially concerning the children, wh ...more
The action picks up 12 years after the three sisters saved their kingdom. Anigel is queen, Kadiya serves as a link between the humans and the folk, and Haramis is the Archmage.
Once again, a threat to the security of the kingdom emerges, and each princess has a unique role to play.