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Seaborn (Masters of the Elements #3)

4.17  ·  Rating details ·  6 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Nes Riverborn of the Water Clans has her people's inborn magic in huge measure--but her Da refuses to train her and all of her instinctive control over tricksy, elemental Water comes down to stubbornness and good luck. So when the River Melth in fury flings a devastating flash flood at the town of Southbridge, Nes finds herself not only separated from her ship, but swept a ...more
ebook, 336 pages
Published by Sky Warrior Books (first published September 24th 2013)
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Eden Colenca
Oct 05, 2013 rated it really liked it
I wonder why Goodreads doesn't have the actual cover of this book up. Too bad,as it makes it look like some self-published thing, which it's not. It's the third book in a series I am finding hugely enjoyable. These books are about as far from traditional fantasy tropes as you can get, which makes them very fun. The author takes kind of a big chance each time by using a different main character, but it works. Each book is about a different clan, and since the clans have different talents for Fire ...more
Esther Jones
Jan 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I feel as if I was carried on a wave of adventure and excitement with Nes as she journeyed with Jetta, Settak, Sheshan, and the others. This book was just as good as the first two, and now I cannot wait to read the fourth in the series.

The world S. A. Bolich has created is so rich and complex, and we learn of it slowly as the series progresses. Seaborn gives us insight into the fascinating world of the Water folk, and a few glimpses of the abilities of the Delvers. The romance here nearly felt t
Oct 08, 2013 rated it liked it
I didn't particularly care for Nes. I much prefer Jetta and Shan. That being said, I thought the story was interesting and well written. Looking forward to Delver!
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S. A. Bolich is a fulltime freelancer with a number of published fantasy stories as well as many nonfiction articles in print and on the web, covering a wide variety of subjects from horsemanship to travel (usually with an historical slant) to the state of Flash web design. A native of Washington state, she resides there again after serving six years in Germany as a regular army military intellige

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