The Glass Mountain

The Glass Mountain

Jessica Rydill / Nov 18, 2019

The Glass Mountain A corrupt Magus A plan to raise the dead Who will free the prisoners from the Glass Mountain When crows return to the skies over Masalyar young shaman Annat knows it is a bad omen A rogue shaman from

  • Title: The Glass Mountain
  • Author: Jessica Rydill
  • ISBN: 9781841491127
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • A corrupt Magus A plan to raise the dead Who will free the prisoners from the Glass Mountain When crows return to the skies over Masalyar, young shaman Annat knows it is a bad omen A rogue shaman from the mighty Sklavan Empire is on the loose, and he carries a whole world trapped in a suitcase He plans to lure Annat and her student brother Malchik to his lair in the GA corrupt Magus A plan to raise the dead Who will free the prisoners from the Glass Mountain When crows return to the skies over Masalyar, young shaman Annat knows it is a bad omen A rogue shaman from the mighty Sklavan Empire is on the loose, and he carries a whole world trapped in a suitcase He plans to lure Annat and her student brother Malchik to his lair in the Glass Mountain There he will steal their souls and use them to resurrect an old enemy As an army marches on their homeland, Annat and her brother need to escape and warn their allies Their only hope is their aunt, Yuste, but she lost her powers years ago Yuste sets out on the long journey to the mountain with a few faithful companions But in the forests of the North she must first confront her true self, her twin brother and the wolves.

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    About "Jessica Rydill"

      • Jessica Rydill

        Jessica Rydill is a fantasy author from the west country Her first novel, Children of the Shaman, was short listed for the Locus award for best first novel.Jessica was first inspired to write by the likes of Joan Aiken, Alan Garner, Rosemary Sutcliffe and Tolkien To name but a few In recent years she has been a fan of M.R James, Ursula le Guin, Paul Doherty, Sybille Bedford and a diverse list of writers too numerous to list.And the late, wonderful, Terry Pratchett.A new edition of Children of the Shaman published by Grimbold Books is now available.Coming soon new editions of all my books,, from Kristell Ink Publishing, an imprint of Grimbold Books.Visit Jessica s web site at shamansland to learn about the shamanworld.


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    1. A wonderful sequel to Children of the Shaman. An exciting combination of fantasy, adventure, family and political/cultural intrigue. A highly recommended read!




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