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Talon of the Silver Hawk (Conclave of Shadows, Book 1) (original 2003; udgave 2005)
af Raymond E. Feist (Forfatter)
Talon of the Silver Hawk af Raymond E. Feist (2003)
Belongs to Series
Conclave of Shadows (Book 1)
The Riftwar Cycle, Alternative Reading Order (Conclave of the Shadows, Book 1)
The Riftwar Cycle, Chronological Order ((Conclave of the Shadows 1): 20)
The Riftwar Cycle, Publication Order (Conclave of Shadows, Book 1)
A sweeping new epic fantasy series from worldwide bestselling author Raymond E Feist, marking the 20th year since the first publication of his first novel, Magician. Featuring one of the most fascinating characters and scenarios ever created in the genre, The Conclave of Shadows promises to become one of the great all-time classics in the field. Among the Orosini tribe, every boy must undergo the traditional manhood ritual in order to understand his place in the universe and discover his manhood name. Kielianapuna must survive on the remote mountain peak of Shatana Higo until the gods grant him his vision. But Kieli has already waited for four days and nights, and now he is cold, lonely, despairing, and very, very tired When he is woken by the terrifying sensation of sharp claws piercing his skin and finds a rare silver hawk upon his arm, it is such a disorientating moment that he is not sure whether it has even happened, or whether it was a vision. Returning to his home, nameless and still a child, Kieli stumbles upon devastation. His village is being burned, his people slaughtered. Although it means certain death, Kieli throws himself into the battle Against all the odds, he survives, alone of all the Orosini, who have been cut down where they stand: every last man, woman and child. A distant voice echoes in his mind: Rise up and be a talon for your people The visitation of the bird on Shatana Higo was indeed his naming vision. He is a boy called Kielianapuna no more. Now he is Talon of the Silver Hawk, a man who must avenge the murder of his people, whatever that may take
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813.54Literature English (North America) American fiction 20th Century 1945-1999
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