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by Katharine Kerr


Her novels of Deverry and the Westlands.

Her novels of Deverry and the Westlands. Days of blood and fire.

Katharine Kerr (born 1944) is an American science fiction and fantasy novelist, best known for her series of Celtic-influenced high fantasy novels set in the fictional land of Deverry

Katharine Kerr (born 1944) is an American science fiction and fantasy novelist, best known for her series of Celtic-influenced high fantasy novels set in the fictional land of Deverry. Katharine Kerr was born in Cleveland, Ohio; her maiden name is Katharine Nancy Brahtin. She describes her family feeling more like "British-in-exile" than American.

The Deverry Cycle is a series of Celtic fantasy novels by Katharine Kerr set in the fictional land of Deverry. As of November 2009, fifteen books have been published in the series. The series is written in a non-linear style: the principal narrative is frequently interrupted by flashbacks to events that occurred decades, or even centuries, before

The world of Deverry: an intricate tapestry of fate, past lives, and unfathomable magic

The world of Deverry: an intricate tapestry of fate, past lives, and unfathomable magic. With A Time Of Exile, Katharine Kerr opens new territory in The Deverry Saga, exploring the history of the Elcyion Lacar, the elves who inhabit the country west of Deverry. It is years since the half-elven Lord Rhodry took the throne of Aberwyn. When Rhodry's lost lover, Jill-now a powerful wizard-comes to Aberyn and tells him it's time he accepted his elven heritage, Rhodry faces the most difficult choice of his life. The world of Deverry: an intricate tapestry of fate, past lives, and unfathomable magic.

A Time of Exile (Deverry. has been added to your Cart. Katharine Kerr is both a good writer and a thorough Celtic scholar. Indeed, her work is beginning to invite comparison with Katherine Kurtz's massive Deryni saga.

Katharine Kerr A Time of Exile. Out on the grasslands the seasons change more slowly than they do in the mountains. The who?’ ‘The People. At about the time when Aderyn was seeing omens of autumn up in the Eldidd hills, far to the west the golden sunlight still lay hazy on the seemingly endless expanse of green. When the alar rode past a small copse of alders clustered around a spring, the trees stood motionless and dusty in the windless heat, as if summer would linger there forever.

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Book Five of the Chronicles of Deverry. Scanned by Keleios; proofed by Nadie. A Note on the Pronunciation of Deverry Words. Part One. Deverry and Eldidd, 718. One.

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Days of Blood and Fire (A Time of War). Days of Air and Darkness (A Time of Justice). Act Three: The Dragon Mage.

The world of Deverry: an intricate tapestry of fate, past lives, and unfathomable magic. With A Time Of Exile, Katharine Kerr opens new territory in The Deverry Saga, exploring the history of the Elcyion Lacar, the elves who inhabit the country west of Deverry. It is years since the half-elven Lord Rhodry took the throne of Aberwyn. When Rhodry's lost lover, Jill-now a powerful wizard-comes to Aberyn and tells him it's time he accepted his elven heritage, Rhodry faces the most difficult choice of his life. But with Jill's help and that of a human wizard named Aderyn who has lived for years in the westlands, Rhodry begins to understand how his life is connected not just to his own people, but to the Elcyion Lacar as well. At last, destiny begins to unravel its secrets, revealing Aderyn's true purpose among the elves-and the god' deeper design behind Rhodry's dual heritage.From the Paperback edition.
Light out of Fildon
But still an excellent story. I put the series somewhere in the high fantasy/science fantasy region because the universe isn't random and there is no deus ex machina. If that's the sort of book you like, then this is the series to look at. Even so, I'd go with the paper versions rather than the e-book versions.
Mr.Bean
This book carries on the tale of Nevyn and co in the magical Deverry world. The tempo is different from the earlier novels; faster, slower - I am not sure; but different. The characters are good. The plot was a bit rambling. The style was typical of K. Kerr. In short, if you enjoyed the first cycle you'll probably enjoy this.
Moonworm
A little confusing to follow at some points but truly remarkable in the revealing of more tidbits of what promises to be a grand story. Traveling back in time to see more of the strange Wyrds that govern our beloved hero’s an the love and loss they experience again and again. This series has a way of giving hope that we will all be reunited with our loved ones in the next life and in the many lives to come.
Modred
One of a multivolume series. Start at the beginning to get the most out of it. Good fantasy series.
Anyshoun
Absolutely addicted to the series! The characters names are a bit of a struggle but after a bit they flesh out with well defined personalities. A great “world” painted with brilliant words ringing with a wide range of emotions.
Kulasius
I've been reading this series since 1998, and love it. Having it available in eBook format is a fantastic plus; I'm on limited space, and need to cut back on the physical volumes.

Unfortunately, this Kindle edition - unlike the physically printed "dead tree" edition - is marred by myriad typos and formatting errors. Some of them are minor (using the wrong apostrophe for abbreviations; hyphenation marks where they don't belong); some are more significant (spelling mistakes, probably from OCR errors that weren't caught on a proof-read; poor text flow - missing paragraph breaks and similar.)

The book itself - indeed, the entire series - is a fantastic read, and well worth the asking price. Sadly, the eBook edition needs more polish before it can be called a properly finished product. The same applies to the other three books in the Westlands cycle of the overall series (I haven't yet bought the other 11 books for my Kindle.)
Villo
Love this series!
If you like a saga drenched in celtic lore you will like this series. The author has given much time to research and the series is one of my favorite all time ones. I will re-read this again, getting involved with the characters and the demographics was a great journey, I highly encourage readers of fantasy to take a deep breath and dive into this with reckless abandon- you won't be disappointed.
A Time of Exile (Deverry) ebook
Author:
Katharine Kerr
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Fantasy
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Grafton; First edition (1991)
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368 pages
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