Changer of Days (Anghara Kir Hama, #2)
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Changer of Days (Anghara Kir Hama #2)

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The child Anghara Kir Hama was forcedto flee the kingdom she rightfully ruled, escaping the murderous wrath of her brother, the usurper, who would see her dead to secure the throne. But her years spent in a strange desert land -- honing the miraculous power called Sight -- have forever changed the young queen. And now it is time to claim what is hers.

But treachery greets A...more
Unknown Binding, 339 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Eos Fantasy (first published May 24th 2005)
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I thoroughly enjoyed this two-part story. I loved Anghara along with the other "good" characters. The villain of the story was painted as a fully dimensional person and was understandable and pitiable if not ever likeable. The plot was solid all the way through, all questions answered, and a satisfyingly (but not saccharine) happy ending. My only criticism would be that what happens at the very end of the book didn't make sense to me, in part. I don't want to say more for fear of spoilers, but t...more
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I get where the author was going, I think, but this book was actually worse than the first in that emphasized that Anghara, the "rightful" queen, had no ability or skills to be queen besides her birth. She never once proves herself queenly, no matter how often the author describes her as such- in fact, when she's being queenly she comes off more as demanding and spoiled. She's occasionally surprised by the fact that her closest friends might actually get hurt in this war, even though she's const...more
Cathleen Ash
Kieran and his soldiers ride the horses hard - trying to catch up with the men who abducted their queen: Anghora. Anghora, drugged, dragged, and placed in a cell, will never rule again - not if her brother Sif has anything to say about - not after he stole the country from her - not after he wrested the throne from the grasp of a little girl who held it.
Kieran knows he MUST catch the group that has abducted his Queen - he doesn't know that they have drugged her so she can't use her Sight. In fac...more
April Helms
Jun 10, 2008 April Helms rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: young adults (14+) and adults
Shelves: fantasy, young-adult
The follow-up to The Hidden Queen. A great follow-up, which kept me up waaaay too late trying to finish it (thank heavens for caffeine!) I'm glad that despite the actions of the last book, Sif remains a human, even sympathetic character. He's one of the most interesting villians I've read, because he actually does have a conscience(even if he doesn't always LISTEN to it). The heroine Anghara gets put through the ringer after her capture causes her to lose her Sight. She and Kieran journey to the...more
Lynn Abbey
Feb 10, 2010 Lynn Abbey rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: a voracious reader of fantasy
Recommended to Lynn by: the author
Shelves: fantasy
The conclusion of a straight-forward fantasy that is, in many respects, a throwback to an earlier style...or, perhaps, a reflection of the fact that Changer of Days was published in New Zealand and is the product of a smaller fiction market. The story is well written. Hrmoic has a good cinemagraphic eye for getting the most from the scenes she different hands, this story could have gone on for four volumes. But it's more a comfortable variation on the "gifted, endangered royal h...more
I would give it 3.5 stars. I enjoyed the book. It was well written, however, the ending was incomplete. If the ending had tied together everything a little bit better, I would have given it 4 stars.
Jul 22, 2007 Kerry rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: sci-fi and fantasy fans
Shelves: fantasy
It was pretty cool, an interesting mix of magic and politics.
:) Lovely indeed.
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ALMA ALEXANDER is a Pacific Northwest novelist who writes for both adults ("The Hidden Queen", "Changer of Days", "The Secrets of Jin Shei", etc.) and YA audiences (the Worldweavers trilogy, "Gift of the Unmage", "Spellspam" and "Cybermage").

Her work has been translated into 14 languages worldwide, including Hebrew,Turkish, and Catalan.

She is currently at work on a new series of alternate histor...more
More about Alma Alexander...
The Secrets of Jin-shei (Jin-Shei, #1) Gift of the Unmage (Worldweavers, #1) The Hidden Queen (Anghara Kir Hama, #1) Spellspam (Worldweavers, #2) Cybermage (Worldweavers, #3)

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