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Harpy's Flight(Windsingers (Ki & Vandien), #1)
"Harpies don't give up on blood debts. Neither do the men who serve them. A life must be given in return."
Devastated by the slaughter of her family and haunted by memories of her own violent revenge, Ki rejects the comfort of her husband's gypsy people and wants only to wander in solitude as an outcast
Across mountains sheathed with ice, through the treacherous shadow of the impassable Sisters, Ki finds herself running for her life, pursued by frenzied Harpies sworn to vengeance; and by one stubborn, dark-haired man who seems intent on being part of her future.
From the author of the hugely successful Farseer Trilogy and The Liveship Traders books; Harpy's Flight is a mesmerising tale of love, adventure and magic.
As everybody probably knows, Megan Lindholm is Robin Hobb. When she writers as Megan Lindholm, her style is a bit different, but the books are good.
I read this first book of the Ki and Vandien series last year, when I bought the whole series.
I loved Harpy's Flight. It's a great book. I highly recommend it to everybody, who likes Robin Hobb.
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