Flameweaver (Tamai duology bk 1) ebook
by Stephen Hickman,Margaret Ball
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In the previous volume, Tamai was taking the test to determine if she could be a wisewoman. Despite three efforts, she could not produce an illusion of a walnut tree from the dried hull. She did dispel Kazhirbri's illusion of a cedar grove, but Dhi Lawan decided that she has failed. com since it wasn't in any of the bookstores I've ever visited. I especially enjoyed the elaborate descriptions of the marketplaces and caravanserais as Tamai traveled along the Silk Road to the Forbidden Empire.
Used availability for Margaret Ball's Flameweaver
Used availability for Margaret Ball's Flameweaver. November 1991 : USA Paperback.
Margaret Elizabeth Ball is an American author of science fiction, fantasy, and historical novels. Posts about Margaret Ball. lt;p
Margaret Elizabeth Ball (born November 7, 1947) is an American author of science fiction, fantasy, and historical novels. Under the pseudonym of Catherine Lyndell, she has also written romance. in mathematics and a P. in linguistics from the University of Texas. Married with two children, she lives in Austin, Texas.
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