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A Cavern of Black Ice

Jones, J. V.

(Book - 1999)
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
A Cavern of Black Ice
Baker & Taylor
Raif Sevrance, a member of the Clan Blackhail, and Ash March, a girl who is plagued by sinister dreams, are plunged into a realm of magic, war, and danger

Blackwell North Amer
Once in one thousand years an innocent is born with the uncontrollable power and need to reach across the barrier of worlds, into the realm of the dead - and release the Endlords from their eternal prison, to annihilate all life.
Now, after a millennium of truce, war erupts between the cold giants of the far north. As the great and ancient clan of Blackhall brings war to the Dog Lord of Clan Bludd, two warriors are caught in the bloodshed. Raif and Drey Sevrance are brothers and clansmen alike, but soon the cold-blooded schemes of their new chief will tear them apart and brand Raif a traitor to his clan.
Meanwhile, in the cool limestone caverns of Mask Fortress, Ash March stumbles upon an old and terrible evil hidden away from the light. Penthero Iss, uncrowned king of Spire Vanis and the man who calls himself Ash's father, has discovered a monstrous way to steal magic from his captives. And Ash fears she will be next.

& Taylor

The first installment in an epic trilogy returns to the Known Lands of The Baker's Boy, where Raif Sevrance, a member of the Clan Blackhail, and Ash March, a girl who is plagued by sinister dreams, are plunged into a realm of magic, war, and danger. 60,000 first printing.

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Publisher: New York, NY : Aspect/Warner Books, c1999
ISBN: 044652414X
Characteristics: 736 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.


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Why no follow up book???--It's a series!!

Oct 17, 2011
  • x0101 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

An enjoyable heroic adventure... main drawbacks are the long landscape descriptions, the shocking number of typos (what happened to the editor?) and the on-and-off Scottish accents (again, poor editing).


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