Ring of Destiny

by Jane S. Fancher
Release date: 1999
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy

Ring of Destiny

With the Northern Crescent rebellion a thing of the past, the Rhomandi brothers settle into the task of rebuilding the physical, political, and psychological infrastructure of the Rhomatum Syndicate of Nodes. To their relief, in the wake of their show of solidarity and strength in the Rhomatum Tower, they find the task simpler than they'd dared hope.

In the way of things, they find their true challenges to be closer to home. Questions of who and what rules in the Rhomatum Tower, questions of the true fate of Khoratum, questions on the nature of the ley itself, and those who dare to control it.

And underlying it all, the question of the nature of three individuals, the question of whether the tempering of the past can overcome the prejudices of the present that could prevent them from fulfilling the promise for the future.

updated 2010-09-07

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