Janny wurts wars of light and shadow book 10
Curse of the Mistwraith- Prologue
The Curse of the Mistwraith by Janny Wurts
The long-awaited second book of the fourth story arc - Sword of the Canon - in the epic fantasy series, the Wars of Light and Shadow. War, blood, magic, mystery — and the most hidden powers of all will stand or fall on their hour of unveiling. Janny Wurts born is an American fantasy novelist and illustrator. She has written several series, including the Wars of Light and Shadow, The Cycle of Fire trilogy, several stand-alone novels, a short story collection and the internationally best selling Empire Trilogy that she co-authored with Raymond E. She often illustrates her own work. Back News Back Fandom Risingshadow. Back Recent Topics Search.
With a style that mimics Tolkien in its scope and detail, but with its own air of mysticism and depth, Curse of the Mistwraith is Janny Wurts entry into the Wars of Light and Shadow. Probably best known for her random collaboration with Raymond E. Feist, Wurts began introducing readers to the Wars of Light and Shadow in Since then another seven books have been released, with two more scheduled to be released over the next few years. Curse of the Mistwraith opens up the world of Athera, the final destination for half-brothers Lysaer and Arithon, raised apart, one a princeling and another a pirate bastard. Cast through their home's Worldsend Gate, they arrive on Athera in fulfilment of a prophecy that will rid the world of the fog of the Mistwraith.
Wars of Light and Shadow Series. Series Information: The whole series is one epic story which is broken up into separate books. There are time jumps between the different Arcs, but each builds heavily on the story in previous books. This series by Janny Wurts, is subdivided into five Arcs. Book 1. The Curse of the Mistwraith by Janny Wurts.
When completed, it will consist of five story arcs, with the first four arcs complete. Her lavish use of language invites the mind into a crafted realm of experience, with characters and events woven into a complex tapestry, and drawn with an intensity to inspire active fuel for thought. The idea for the Wars of Light and Shadow originated while researching tactics and weapons. A documentary film on the brutal Battle of Culloden Moor gave her the historical sense of the fighting stripped of any romantic patina. It also helped her realize that education, written history, and entertainment serve to justify the actions of the winners and portray the losers as morally wrong and evil. The series attempts to portray the fictional conflict of Lysaer and Arithon in sympathetic terms, illustrating each side with equal pathos. The story tracks the martial, political, and personal conflicts of the characters, and the different tactics used by each - a mass following in one case, and a solitary wandering in the other.