This sequel to "Black Trillium" features the three princesses - Haramis, the intellectual and spiritual one, Kadiya, the wild and courageous one, and Anigel, the youngest and sweetest princess. Each of the princesses hold a powerful talisman - a bud of the long-extinct black trillium.
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'Three Princesses bestowed with the awesome powers of the Trillium'
Twelve long years have passed since the events recorded in 'Black Trillium'…
Haramis has devoted herself to the sudy of magig and science; Anigel governs her provinces with affection, seeking always to teach and see the bright side of life; Kadiya has not canged – still impetuous, wild… and careless. Their world isn't perfect, but it seems peaceful enough.
Then it all changes. Kadiya loses her talisman in deep waters off the Windlorn Isles and Anigel's children are kidnapped by a mysterious sorcerer who goes by the name of Portolanus. The ransom for their return? Anigel's talisman. The stage is set for their world to once again plunge into war and catastrophe…About the Author:
Julian May published her first story — the sf classic ‘Dune Roller’ — in the 1950s, and then wrote non-fiction and children’s books for many years before the phenomenally successful ‘Saga of the Exiles’. Prolific, thoughtful and ever imaginative, her novels have been published for years to wide acclaim around the world. She lives in Seattle.
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