Vision Revealed (Otherworld, #4)
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Vision Revealed (Otherworld #4)

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When Svarnil hears of the discovery of an ancient religious document that may change the course of history, she travels all the way to the southern border of Yuwara Ul Sahd to learn the truth about the Minarian religion - and join the librarian Nulif in his dangerous quest to share that truth with others. This time the bard and Nulif must contend with elemental monsters an...more
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Published by Nydam (first published 2008)
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Feb 26, 2012 Anne Nydam rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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This book is about faith and intolerance, and doing what's right even when that takes extraordinary courage. It's also a mystery and an adventure.
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Anne E.G. Nydam has been writing poems and creating imaginary worlds since the age of six. If asked at any point since then what she wanted to be when she grew up, she would have answered, "a writer." Her love of language led her to major in linguistics at Yale University, but this was followed by an unexpected but delightful ten-year detour into teaching middle school art.
Ms Nydam is now a stay-a...more
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