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The Sevenfold Council stands firm against Dreydmaster Vald's treaty terms--they will not surrender the Everland. Their will is strong, but there is a traitor in their midst, and Vald intends to win this struggle...by any means necessary. As the Everland is torn apart by invasion and the threat of civil war, the young warrior-Wielder, Tarsa'deshae, and the little Tetawa Lea ...more
Paperback, 227 pages
Published October 28th 2006 by Kegedonce Press
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Apr 18, 2015 CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian rated it it was amazing
The second book in Cherokee author Daniel Heath Justice’s fantasy trilogy The Way of Thorn and Thunder was possibly even better than its predecessor. If you want to know what this series is all about, check out my review of the first book, where I highly recommend it even if you’re not usually a fantasy fan. Give fantasy a try! If you’re interested, have a look at this page on the author’s website. It gives you an overview of the world the books are set in, and some behind the scenes sketches of ...more
Apr 09, 2007 Colin rated it it was amazing
A well-crafted middle book that introduces my favorite character of the series, the incredibly queeny Denarra Syrene, whose dialogue is laugh-out-loud funny: "It's not at all unlike the time I got into a bit of trouble in this unpleasant little town in the Allied Wilderlands called Swampy Creek. An unfortunate misunderstanding involving a rather handsome and remarkably well-endowed spice merchant, his utterly unsympathetic wife--who was, i might add, both surprisingly agile and utterly imperviou ...more
Daniel Heath Justice is a U.S.-born Canadian citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the author of Our Fire Survives the Storm: A Cherokee Literary History (2006) (University of Minnesota Press) as well as an Indigenous fantasy trilogy, The Way of Thorn & Thunder--Kynship (2005), Wyrwood (2006), and Dreyd (2007)--all published by Kegedonce Press. He teaches Aboriginal literatures at the ...more
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The Way of Thorn and Thunder (3 books)