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yEverran's BaneSylvia Kelso,
Waterville:Five Star,2005Z12031962005single work novel fantasy The kingdom of Everran is dying, razed by a dragon that came out of nowhere to burn its oil groves and devastate its vineyards and kill its folk. Soldiers cannot stop the dragon. There is no help in Everran's neighbors, and none in legend or history. Why has the dragon come? What does the dragon know? King Beryx and his hearthbard Harran set out to find answers from a legendary mage when every other resort has failed.
yThe Moving WaterSylvia Kelso,
WatervilleMaineUnited States of America (USA):Five Star,2007Z14547262007single work novel fantasy The empire of Assharral is wealthy, peaceful and secure, its ten provinces stretching over deserts, plains and mountains, eight races shielded under its roof. The empress of Assharral is powerful beyond resistance, beautiful beyond flaw, immortal beyond the threat of age. As she dreams beside her fountain, it seems nothing can ever change. Until a stranger enters Assharral, a landless, penniless vagabond - a vagabond who knows how she has enspelled the empire, whose very presence will fling Assharral into the throes of bitter conflict, battle, and destruction: and then, into ultimate change.