Frostflower and Windbourne

Frostflower and Windbourne

Phyllis Ann Karr / Dec 14, 2019

Frostflower and Windbourne The swordswoman Thorn has had enough of sorcerers She has escaped outlawry and found a good warrior job Then she is assigned the deeply dangerous duty of destroying the magic of a sorcerer named Windb

  • Title: Frostflower and Windbourne
  • Author: Phyllis Ann Karr
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  • Page: 135
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  • The swordswoman Thorn has had enough of sorcerers She has escaped outlawry and found a good warrior job Then she is assigned the deeply dangerous duty of destroying the magic of a sorcerer named Windbourne who has been unjustly accused of murderer Now Thorn is an outlaw again, fleeing death with the sorcerer she rescued and searching for her sorceress friend FrostflowerThe swordswoman Thorn has had enough of sorcerers She has escaped outlawry and found a good warrior job Then she is assigned the deeply dangerous duty of destroying the magic of a sorcerer named Windbourne who has been unjustly accused of murderer Now Thorn is an outlaw again, fleeing death with the sorcerer she rescued and searching for her sorceress friend Frostflower, while vengeful, powerful relatives of the murdered priest lord seek their destruction Melding mystery elements with fantasy, Frostflower and Windbourne is the sequel to the equally entertaining, thoughtful, and well written Frostflower and Thorn Other fine fantasies by Phyllis Ann Karr include At Amberleaf Fair and The Idylls of the Queen Cynthia Ward

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      • Phyllis Ann Karr

        Phyllis Ann Karr, born July 25, 1944, is an American author of fantasy, romances, mysteries, and non fiction She is best known for her Frostflower and Thorn series and Matter of Britain works.


    554 Comments

    1. I read this book (and its predecessor) when I was a teen. I was a bookish child, and my allowance went mostly towards books at the awesome used bookstore in town, which stocked quite a lot of older fantasy and SF. I stumbled across Frostflower and Thorn (the first book), and upon finishing it, HAD to go back to find this one.Now, I mostly expect that books I read as a teen to not hold up. Some of my teen favorites, I can't read now, not always because they were badly written, but because of thin [...]


    2. I read this sequel more because I was interested in the world than in the characters.While the characters, both main and some secondary, are more nuanced than they were in "Frostflower and Thorn", none are yet really three-dimensional, and the Bad Guys are rather unrelentingly so.For books in which religion (of a sort) is so vital, there is little emphasis on it, or on why the various creeds have such a low tolerance for each other. There are some implicationsbut they are not really addressed. I [...]


    3. I love love loved the first book. This book, I barely finished. It was bad enough that the two wonderful MCs from the first book lost a serious amount of screen time to newbies, but worse because the newbies were boring and unlikeable. Eleva is everything I'm supposed to admire, but came off without a sufficiently denied personality to be anything but a generically spunky gal. And Windbourne is the biggest tool this side of the fantasy equivalent of the Mississippi River. You can save his life a [...]


    4. I got this book in High School from a pal who was upset by the graphic description of female on male rape. It was a good fantasy read and I don't think anything is wrong with turning the tables on the Gorean norm.


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