Songs from the Drowned Lands (2020)

Songs from the Drowned Lands Eileen Kernaghan Songs from the Drowned Lands The Grey Isles Across the seas they wait wrapped in a mist of sorcery and wonder Their people are wise noble and brave learned in the shaping of Order that we call magic But among them are those wh
  • Title: Songs from the Drowned Lands
  • Author: Eileen Kernaghan
  • ISBN: 9780441772421
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
Songs from the Drowned Lands Eileen Kernaghan The Grey Isles Across the seas they wait, wrapped in a mist of sorcery and wonder Their people are wise, noble, and brave learned in the shaping of Order that we call magic But among them are those who have courted Chaos, calling to them creatures out of dream, tearing a hold in the Great Pattern and to that opening the Old Gods, the Lords of Chaos, are flocking, massinThe Grey Isles Across the seas they wait, wrapped in a mist of sorcery and wonder Their people are wise, noble, and brave learned in the shaping of Order that we call magic But among them are those who have courted Chaos, calling to them creatures out of dream, tearing a hold in the Great Pattern and to that opening the Old Gods, the Lords of Chaos, are flocking, massing their dark powers to make the waves rise up like mountains, to doom the Grey Isles and their people forever beneath the sea
Songs from the Drowned Lands Eileen Kernaghan

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One thought on “Songs from the Drowned Lands

  1. Terence

    2.75 stars, rounded upSongs from the Drowned Lands is a collection of short stories about 5 people from the Grey Isles Atlantis and their responses to the imminent destruction of their land The second book set in the world first encountered in Kernaghan s Journey to Aprilioth, review here , it s a prequel to that volume and the magical fantasy elements are predominant Journey could be read as historical fiction, there re no overtly fantasy elements that can t be explained as the perceptions of 1 [...]

  2. Michele

    Gorgeous lush descriptions, like poetry than prose in some places One tale recounted the strange adventures of a prince captain and his crew on a long sea journey, rather like The Odyssey None of the tales had an ending I expected, either, which was lovely if a bit surprising in a fantasy novel they re usually predictable at least in the general outlines.

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