Echoes of the Great Song

Echoes of the Great Song

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Random House, Inc.
“A HUMDINGER . . . A MASTERLY TALE TOLD WITH CLARITY AND VERVE.”
The Times (London)

The Avatars are immortal and live like kings–even though the empire is dying. Their immortality is guaranteed by magic crystals whose influence is now waning, overwhelmed by the sheer power of a great flood and a sudden ice age. But when two moons appear in the sky, and the ruthless armies of the Crystal Queen swarm across the land bringing devastation and terror, the Avatars unite with their subjects to protect their universe.

As the cities face imminent destruction, three heroes emerge. Talaban, a warrior haunted by tragedy; Touchstone, the mystic tribesman seeking his lost love; and Anu, the Holy One, the Builder of Time. And when all seems lost, two others enter the fray: Sofarita, the peasant girl who will inspire a legend, and the madman, Viruk, who will become a god. . . .

Baker & Taylor
Despite their own immortality, the Avatars are confronted with the destruction of their empire when the vicious forces of the Crystal Queen engulf the land, briging terror, devastation, and death in their wake, and must join forces with their subjects to protect their world. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2002
Edition: First American edition
ISBN: 9780345432322
0345432320
Branch Call Number: SF Gemmell, D 2002
Characteristics: 437 pages ; 18 cm

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Mar 14, 2010

The Great Bear will descend from the skies, and with his paw, lash at the ocean. He will devour all the works of Man. Then he will sleep for ten thousand years, and the breath of his sleep will be death.

The prophecy had come true. The world spun. Tidal waves lashed the planet, and a new ice age dawned. The few survivors of a once great empire struggled to rebuild, to hold their ground against the rising barbarian tide. Then two moons appeared in the skies, unleashing a terrible evil that threatened not only the new empire, but the survival of the world itself.

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