Singer of Norgondy Susan Shell Winston

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Singer of Norgondy  by  Susan Shell Winston

Singer of Norgondy by Susan Shell Winston
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If you had the power to enter mens minds and convince them that youre a god, would you use it?Thats the choice that Verl, a young singer of Norgondy, must face. Trained by the tellerwoman Merind to telepathically touch the god-spot in peoplesMoreIf you had the power to enter mens minds and convince them that youre a god, would you use it?Thats the choice that Verl, a young singer of Norgondy, must face. Trained by the tellerwoman Merind to telepathically touch the god-spot in peoples minds, Verl holds the ultimate -- and deadly -- power to control the masses -- by creating a new god they cant help but believe in.

Together they help their friend Crel and his dancing bear become the Bearman, the shapeshifting Reaper God who leads the people of Norgondy into war against their usurper queen..Singer of Norgondy is a fantasy novel of revolt and revenge, deception and intrigue....The strongest elements of Winston’s novel are the detailed descriptions of Norgondy, its rituals and its religious conflicts. Merind’s people hold a celebration each year called Festival Week, and Winston’s descriptions of the event are lively.

Verl and Crel are appealing heroes who use courage and ingenuity to fulfill their destinies. In the large supporting cast, each character has a unique back story, and Winston adeptly balances multiple subplots while keeping a tight focus on the main plotline... --- Kirkus ReviewFor maps and more stories of the world of Colonium see http://www.holdenstone.com



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