The Dreaming Tree
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The Dreaming Tree

by C. J. Cherryh
Release date: 1997
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasyhigh fantasy, collection

An omnibus edition, which contains revisions and a new ending. Cover art by Michael Whalen.

  • The Dreamstone
  • The Tree of Swords and Jewels

THE TWILIGHT OF FAERY

It was that transitional time of the world, when man first brought the clang of iron and the reek of smoke to the lands which before had echoed with fairy voices. In that dawn of man and death of magic there yet remained one last untouched place - the small forest of Ealdwood - which kept the magic intact, and protected the old ways. And there was one who dwelt there, Arafel the Sidhe, who had more pride and love of the world as it used to be than any of her kind.

But fear of the world of Faery ran deep in the hearts of men, and when Ciaran Cuilean, Lord of Caer Wiell, a man with Elvish blood in his veins, found himself the object of increasing distrust and suspicion from his men, his king, and even his own family, he knew he must once again put his humanity aside and return to Ealdwood. For shadows of a newly awakened evil swarmed across both lands, and unless Ciaran reclaimed his haunted weapons from the Tree of Swords and joined Arafel, he would see this evil overtake not only the warm hearthstones of the mortal keeps but the silvery heart of Ealdwood itself!

"A beautifully told tale reminiscent of Dunsany." - Publishers Weekly

"A gem." - Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine

(updated 2016-08-25)

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