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Heirs of Prophecy

Heirs of Prophecy Larajin In a household where everyone has a secret why should the maid be any different The unacknowledged daughter of Thamalon Uskevren Larajin is a half elf who finds herself embroiled in a bitter

  • Title: Heirs of Prophecy
  • Author: Lisa Smedman
  • ISBN: 9780786927371
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback
  • Larajin In a household where everyone has a secret, why should the maid be any different The unacknowledged daughter of Thamalon Uskevren, Larajin is a half elf who finds herself embroiled in a bitter war between elves and humans In an effort to bring peace to both Sembia and the Dalelands, Larajin will have to confront a twin brother she doesn t know and save a half broLarajin In a household where everyone has a secret, why should the maid be any different The unacknowledged daughter of Thamalon Uskevren, Larajin is a half elf who finds herself embroiled in a bitter war between elves and humans In an effort to bring peace to both Sembia and the Dalelands, Larajin will have to confront a twin brother she doesn t know and save a half brother whose fate hangs in the balance.

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    1. Lisa Smedman

      Lisa was very much the tomboy growing up in Vancouver, British Columbia playing in the woods behind her house, building tree forts, damming the creek, playing army with GI Joe dolls, swinging on ropes, playing flashlight tag, building models and go carts which she later rode down the street She also liked reading science fiction novels from the 1940s, the Doc Savage series, and the Harriet the Spy books In 1984, she began her professional writing career, first as a journalist then as a fiction writer She counts science fiction authors Connie Willis, Robert J Sawyer, and H.G Wells, and classic books such as Treasure Island, as influences.Several of Lisa s short science fiction and fantasy stories have been published in various magazines and anthologies, and in 1993 she was named a finalist in the Writers of the Future contest for science fiction and fantasy writers She has also had three of her one act plays produced by a Vancouver theater group.Lisa is the author of Extinction, one of several novels set in the Dungeons Dragons role playing game s Forgotten Realms universe Released in 2004, Extinction made the New York Times bestseller list for hardcover fiction After authoring several science fiction and fantasy novels, Lisa recently turned her hand to children s books From Boneshakers to Choppers 2007 explores the social history of motorcycles Her interest in motorcycles goes way back as a teenager, Lisa enjoyed trips up the British Columbia coast, riding pillion on friends motorcycles She later purchased her own bike, a 50cc machine, to get around town.Lisa is one of the founders of Adventures Unlimited, a magazine providing scenarios and tips for role playing games She has written short fiction for the Advanced Dungeons Dragons role playing game s Ravenloft and Dark Sun lines She has also designed a number of adventures and gaming products for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Cyberpunk, Immortal, Shatterzone, Millennium s End, and Deadlands Her original games include Valhalla s Gate, a tabletop skirmish miniatures game drawn from Norse mythology and runic lore An avid gamer, Lisa belongs to the Trumpeter Wargaming Club.After working for than 20 years as a journalist, Lisa now divides her time between writing fiction and contributing to the Vancouver Courier she edits and writes the History s Lens column Besides a diploma in journalism, she also has a degree in anthropology She is fascinated by history and archaeology, particularly the Bronze Age Her future plans include writing historical fiction, alternative historical fantasy, and game tie in novels Lisa is also interested in building models and dioramas, and tabletop miniatures gaming.She lives in Richmond, British Columbia, with her wife, their son, four cats, and two pugs.

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    1. Heirs of Prophecy by Lisa Smedman is the fifth book in the Sembia: Gateway to the Realms series. The story’s focus is on Larajin, a maid of House Uskevren. The events that happen in this story follow the events in Skin Deep by Lisa Smedman, a short story in The Halls of Stormweather anthology.I’ll just simply reword what the description says on the back of the book. In the forests of Cormanthor, the elves start attacking the trade routes, giving Sembia an excuse for war. Larajin, finds out s [...]


    2. I'm getting closer to finishing this series! This was a pretty good additionOf all of the other books that I've read in the Sembia Series, this one felt the most like it was part of something larger, opposed to a stand alone story. And I liked that about it.As often happens with these FR novels, there is some quick tying up of loose ends and sometimes they feel a little rushed to meet that 314 page limit. But over all, this was a fun story.It picks up pretty much where the last novel ended, just [...]




    3. I like how timed flowed in the book. I was disappointed that everything seemed to go so easily for the main characters and the end wrapped up very quickly but overall, I enjoyed it


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