This sequel to "Songs of the Earth" by Elspeth Cooper continues the story of a young man who has been sentenced to death, and then exiled, for his magical abilities. In "Trinity Rising," As Gair struggles with grief over the loss of the only home he had known, and his beloved, he is walking into a conflict that's greater and more deadly than he or his mentor ever anticipated. A storm of unrest is spreading across the land and they are going to be caught up in it-at a moment when Gair's hold on his magic, his greatest defense and most valuable tool, is starting to slip....
- Hardback | 488 pages
- 162.56 x 236.22 x 45.72mm | 680.39g
- 19 Feb 2013
- Tor Books
- New York, United States
There are those who believe the music of the earth is natural, intertwined with the fabric of creation, and others who believe those who hear the music must be burned at the stake as witches for the sake of creation. This is an engaging first installment from a new author. "Booklist on Songs of the Earth" The story flows effortlessly with strong characterization and authorial voice. Fantasy fans will enjoy this debut and look forward to seeing Cooper develop her skills. "Publishers Weekly on Songs of the Earth""
About Elspeth Cooper
ELSPETH COOPER was born in 1968 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She has been a fan of the written word since she could read unaided, and has been writing stories for almost as long. "Trinity Rising" is the sequel to Cooper's debut "Songs of the Earth." She lives in Northumberland, UK, with her husband and two cats, in a house full of books.