Flight of the Renshai
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Flight of the Renshai

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Return to a world of [magical battles galore[ (VOYA) with Mickey Zucker Reichert's newest Renshai novel.
Prejudice against the Renshai is growing rapidly, fueled by their old enemies in the Northlands, who have convinced a faction in Erythane that the Renshai lands were stolen from them, forcing the King to banish the Renshai from the Westlands.
Shunned by Westerners and h...more
ebook, 464 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Daw Books (first published 2009)
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Paul Schulzetenberg
I've been back on a fantasy kick recently, after having mostly dropped it for about seven years. My tastes have changed, so I was somewhat nervous coming into this novel that my previous enjoyment of Zucker Reichert's writing would not carry over. Luckily, I was wrong. Back is the same great human/gods interaction that drives much of the rest of her novels, and the world is convincingly laid out. The characters are sometimes a bit too predictable, but I find the situations they are placed in and...more
Twocents
I don't have a single complaint. Loved this story. Want the next book.
Zero007
Just finished it and i had to force myself to stop reading else I would not be passing and probably not caring too much! The fantastic story of Kevral's children is brought to life by the fact that each child is like their parents, but different enough to be their own person. I found Calistin's growth in this tale to be particularly compelling. It was also fascinating to see the previous characters grown and matured, well for the most part Tae seems to have escaped maturing!
Gerald Black
I have been a big fan of Ms. Reichert since the Last Renshai. Her world is vivid, her characters fleshy and real each with a uniqueness that helps them to stand apart. The action is fast paced and, at times, brutal. Her books have everything a fantasy could hope for. I eagerly anticipate her next title.
Brian
I'll confess to not being a big fan of the second Renshai trilogy, but this book is back on the level of her earlier works. Not particularly deep or dense, but good action/adventure fantasy.
Drew Ross
Solid escapist fantasy work
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Mickey Zucker Reichert (pseudonym for Miriam Susan Zucker Reichert) is an American fantasy fiction author of several best selling novels. Perhaps her most famous work is the epic Renshai series, which offers an intriguing perspective on traditional Norse mythology. She is also a parent and paediatrician with a soft spot for critters great and small. She has been known care for a veritable zoo of c...more
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