Praise for "Treason Keep"
"A well-executed fantasy with complex characters and entertaining style."--"Kirkus Reviews"
"Intrigues, rivalries and romance provide an entertaining tangle in the second book in Australian fantasy author Fallon's Hythrun Chronicles (after Medalon). Accompanied by a large cast of compelling characters . . . new readers will be well rewarded; fans arriving straight from book one can dive right in."--"Publishers Weekly," Sep 6, 2004
"Jennifer Fallon structures her novels to capture the reader from the opening paragraph and you can only break from her grasp when you reach the final page."--"Altair"
"Following up on the success of her debut novel" Medalon," Australian author Jennifer Fallon is back with the second installment of her rousing Demon Child Trilogy. There's more action and a rash of political shenanigans in "Treason Keep," but it's the warmth and humanity of her characters that will keep you reading."--"TV Week "(Australia)
Praise for "Medalon"
"The fantasy genre has its baggage--Renaissance fairs, role-playing games, Christopher Lambert. So credit Fallon for exploring themes like dirty politics and religious tolerance for the launch of her Hythrun Chronicles series, a bestseller in her native Australia . . . an intriguing soap opera of espionage and family revelations."--"Entertainment Weekly," 4/30/04, Nisha Gopalan
"A sparkling high fantasy debut. Fallon ponders all these possibilities and more in this satisfying melodrama, stocked with well-developed characters with clear motivations that carry them through a series of byzantine plots and counterplots, a mini-rebellion and even face-to-face contact with a variety of gods."--"chPublishers Weekly"
"Fallon brings a fair quota of wit and a healthy dose of realism . . . engaging."--"Kirkus Reviews"
"Medalon starts with a bang and just keeps on going with very few places to take a breath."--"SFRevu"
"A warm and intriguing book with all-too-human characters who draw you in more deeply with each page."--L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
""Medalon" is an intriguing, intelligent and fun read with a refreshing take on female characters so often not seen in the genre."--Elizabeth Haydon
"A gripping tale of warring ambitions, politics, and real people. The characters (and even the gods!) spring to vivid, believable life, making "Medalon" a great read. More, please!"--Ed Greenwood
"I read "Medalon" by Jennifer Fallon and am impressed. This is a powerful, solid, imaginative, sometimes brutal fantasy novel with a splendidly worked out cast of characters. I like the way the gods are less than omnipotent, and dragons are magical constructs; this seems realistic in terms of magic, no oxymoron intended."--Piers Anthonyshow more