Pilgrim

Pilgrim

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Baker & Taylor
Rendered helpless along with the rest of the enchanters, gods, and humans of Tencendor by the destructive TimeKeeper Demons, Caelum SunSoar hopes to save his people by retrieving an ancient power from the mountain Star Finger, while martyred heroine Faraday grows increasingly bitter in her mounting losses. By the author of The Wounded Hawk.

McMillan Palgrave
Book Five of the Wayfarer Redemption

The Star Gate is destroyed and the Star Dance is dead. Icarii Enchanters, gods, and humans alike are helpless as the TimeKeeper Demons lay waste to Tencendor.

There must be hope left, but no one knows where to find it. Death lurks in every twist of the Maze, but only those who have the courage to endure death can learn the secrets of the ancient enemy.

Caelum SunSoar and his parents know that the only way is to discover the ancient secrets that lay trapped in the mountain Star Finger, and Faraday, martyred heroine, grows ever fearful -- and ever bitter. Must she lose everything to the land?


Holtzbrinck
Book Five of the Wayfarer Redemption

The Star Gate is destroyed and the Star Dance is dead. Icarii Enchanters, gods, and humans alike are helpless as the TimeKeeper Demons lay waste to Tencendor.

There must be hope left, but no one knows where to find it. Death lurks in every twist of the Maze, but only those who have the courage to endure death can learn the secrets of the ancient enemy.

Caelum SunSoar and his parents know that the only way is to discover the ancient secrets that lay trapped in the mountain Star Finger, and Faraday, martyred heroine, grows ever fearful -- and ever bitter. Must she lose everything to the land?


Blackwell North Amer
Caelum SunSoar was charged with a mighty task: reigning over the land of Tencendor. His father, Axis, the near-immortal Starman who, through prophecy, brought peace to the land, chose to ascend to the heavens with his beautiful consort Azhure and hand the mantle of power over to his most beloved son.
But Caelum is untried, and it is a tenuous peace at best, with the three races of the land - the Icarii bird people, the Avar tree people, and the humans, who for generations controlled (and oppressed) the other two races - existing in an uneasy alliance.
This fragile peace is shattered when an ancient evil beyond the Star Gate breaks through and destroys the Gate. All is undone, and the Time Keeper demons cross over, bringing destruction and madness to the land. With the destruction of the Gate, all the known magic in the world is now gone, and the SunSoar line and all the other Enchanters in the world have lost their power. Caelum and his people flee to the ancient fortress of Star Finger to try to find a way to stop the land from being utterly destroyed.
Any they are not alone in their quest. Farraday, the Starman's first love and protector of the forest, embarks on her own journey to help save the land that she loves. What she discovers will shock her and may tip the balance for all that is good.
For the one who was thought lost might be the missing key to defeating the evil that is ravaging the world. And the savior who was foretold might be found in the most unlikely of places.

Baker
& Taylor

Rendered helpless along with the rest of the enchanters, gods, and humans of Tencendor by the destructive TimeKeeper Demons, Caelum SunSoar hopes to save his people by retrieving an ancient power from the mountain Star Finger.

Publisher: New York : Tor, 2005.
Edition: 1st Tor ed.
ISBN: 9780312873752
0312873751
Characteristics: 544 p. ; 25 cm.

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