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Dreamspinner by Lynn Kurland
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Dec 17, 12

Read from November 28 to December 17, 2012

This is the first time that I have read the first book in a Nine Kingdoms trilogy and not had the second one to jump into. This is tough for me to handle! This means there are TWO years til this story concludes and that is going to be a long time... I am already dreading it...

Rùnach, the third child of Gair to get the spotlight in a Nine Kingdoms tale, has been hiding away at the wizarding school of Buidseachd under the protection of Soilléir, the powerful mage from Cothromaiche. After his siblings Ruithneadh and Mhorghain showed themselves to be alive and well to the world, Rùnach feels that he can no longer hide away. He sets off on a journey to Gobhann to earn from Weger the swordsman the infamous mark and to earn the right to serve an obscure lord for the rest of his very long life as a guardsman.

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