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Song Of Unmaking

R than hers and he is refusing to face it Until his weakness nearly destroys the Riders and their immortal white stallionsAs Kerrec is sent from the Mountain on a desperate uest for healing Valeria is forbidden to follow But compelled by a power she cannot understand and encouraged by her own stallion she shadows K. Like my previous read The Dawn Star Song of Unmaking started out slowly and I was worried that I was going to struggle to read it It seemed to suffer from that danger that strikes a second book lack of new action and consolidation than story I was happy to be proved wrongThe beginning shows both Kerrec and Valeria being typically stubborn and refusing to let anyone know they are still damaged from the events of the first bookOnce that is revealed the action really begins as Kerrec is exiled from the Mountain and Valeria follows him From there they find themselves still inextricably linked to the fate of the world and now Kerrec s sister Briana has been pulled in as well linked to the horse gods as well as the empire as the emperor s heirI particularly liked the parallels drawn between Kerrec and Briana bith called to duty by both the empire and the Mountain Before this each thought they had to choose one or the other where now it becomes clear that each is both and they must work together For Kerrec the Mountain s call is stronger and he will be a rider but he still has a destiny and duty to the empire as well For Briana it is the reverse her greatest call is to the empire and she will be Empress but she is still called to the Mountain and accompanied now by one of the Ladies of the horse gods Each has their own place but each needs to accept the other part of their destiny and their best change to salvage the future is togetherAs for Valeria again she finds that she really is than just a Rider but she begins to realise that raw power isn t enough and she still has much to learn for both her and Sabata to come into their powerHer relationship with Kerrec is almost non existent at the beginning of the book following the damage he suffered and the darkness she carries It slowly builds and changes and is something strong by the end which was lovely to seeThe visit to Valeria s family at the end was a treat even if the reason why was sad and I hope we see of all of them as the series continuesI m glad I have book three on order and I m lookikng forward to of the story I did read somewhere that the story may be going to be six volumes so the thought that it will take at least another three years to get to the end is a little bit of a downerCopied across from Library Thing 25 September 2012

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Errec on a perilous missionThe patterns of deception and secrets have been woven the threats of war and unrest spread throughout the land the barbarian hordes return and once it is Valeria and Kerrec who must gather their strength and their wounded magic to protect all that they believe inBut who will believe in th. I couldn t get the first book of the trilogy on the reader so I started here While it was obvious that there was a previous book it didn t detract from the story A good job of making both sides of the conflict sympathetic Loved the horses Reading the third book now have the first on order from the library

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Striving to save the Aurelian Empire Valeria reached for too much power too uickly and a darkness has rooted inside her Unable to confess the truth Valeria turns to Kerrec her former mentor one of the elite Riders from the Mountain home of the gods But Kerrec too is deeply wounded and his darkness may be even deepe. I had not read the first and didn t even know there was a first book when I started this one It was a decent read until the end when the main character finds out she is pregnant and then it goes downhill rapidly So tired of that boring trope


About the Author: Caitlin Brennan

Judith TarrCaitlin Brennan believes wholeheartedly in the writer's favorite adage Write what you know She is a history buff and a lifelong reader and writer of fantasy and she breeds and trains Lipizzan horses the original White Gods She lives near Tucson Arizona with her stallion Pluto Carrma III and his herd of Ladies and his rival the Evil Gelding along with five cats two dogs and a goat



10 thoughts on “Song Of Unmaking

  1. says:

    The dulcet tones of The Mountain’s Call beckon its readers to the bard’s next number The Song of Unmaking If that second

  2. says:

    I enjoyed the first book in this series much much than this followup The first book grabbed me and enchanted me The horse c

  3. says:

    I had not read the first and didn't even know there was a first book when I started this one It was a decent read until the end when the main character finds out she is pregnant and then it goes downhill rapidly So tired of that boring trope

  4. says:

    Like my previous read The Dawn Star Song of Unmaking started out slowly and I was worried that I was going to struggle to read it It seemed to suffer from that danger that strikes a second book lack of new action and consolidation than story I was happy to be proved wrongThe beginning shows both Kerrec and Vale

  5. says:

    I just finished re reading thie book having read it the first time many years ago I had forgotten how wonderful this series is and I have to admit that I enjoyed it far now than the first time I read it Beign a bit older and mature I think I was able to see deeper into the characters When I read the books the first time I remember being exasperated with the heroine Valeria I was seeing things in much of a black vs white mentali

  6. says:

    This is the second book of a three book series White horses are Gods they dance in patterns that will show the future Their riders are called and then tested to become Riders In the first book Valaria is the first female ever called She disguises herself as a boy and passes all the tests only to be revealed as female and i

  7. says:

    A world easy to immerse myself in I hadn’t read Mountain’s Call and indeed I had this story in my “To Be Read” pi

  8. says:

    I truly enjoyed this book but I found it a little long the end while enjoyable seemed to drag on and I felt it was a bit tacked onto the end The insight pyshical rather than just telling into the culture and world of the barbarians

  9. says:

    I couldn't get the first book of the trilogy on the reader so I started here While it was obvious that there was a previous book it didn't detract from the story A good job of making both sides of the conflict sympathetic Loved the horses Reading the third book now have the first on order from the library

  10. says:

    This is one of the best series I have ever read I've read this book twice and it was just as good the second time I highly recommend this series for readers who enjoy this genre

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