Son of Avonar (The Bridge of D'Arnath, #1)
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Son of Avonar

by Carol Berg
Release date: 2004
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasyhigh fantasy

Sorcerers are the stuff of legends, used as bogeymen to frighten children. Any magic has long been scoured from the Four Realms, and to be accused of associating with a suspected sorcerer means death – or worse...

Seri is a Leiran noblewoman living in exile. She wants nothing to do with the intrigues of her royal family, the politics of power, the unjust laws of her people. But her world is rent asunder when she shelters from Leiran soldiers a fugitive – a man with the skills of a warrior who is incapable of speech and quite possibly mad.

There is more to this stranger than meets the eye. And now Seri must help him remember who and what he is before those responsible for his condition find him... and unleash an apocalypse against the world.

(updated 2017-01-16)

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Son of Avonar is the first book of The Bridge of D'Arnath series. Son of Avonar is an excellent and fascinating fantasy book, which is definitely worth reading. This book is one of the best fantasy books I've read. I can highly recommend Son of Avonar (and the whole series) to all fantasy fans. I'm sure that you'll enjoy this book.
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