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Fortress is a series of fantasy novels by science fiction and fantasy author C. J. Cherryh, published by HarperCollins. They are set in a medieval fantasy world with a 15th-century feel and feature magic, sorcery, medieval warfare, politics and other elements common to the high fantasy subgenre. The first book in the series, Fortress in the Eye of Time, was published in 1995 and followed by Fortress of Eagles in 1998, Fortress of Owls in 1999, Fortress of Dragons in 2000 and Fortress of Ice in 2006.
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Book two is a comparably quick read at only 496 pages,so by Cherryh's standards of preparing the ground well she only has room to set up for the oncoming military action.
Only 12 left in stock (more on the way). Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Book two is a comparably quick read at only 496 pages,so by Cherryh's standards of preparing the ground well she only has room to set up for the oncoming military action. And she sets it up very well. Cherryh is educated in and taught the classics until she retired to become a full time writer.
5 primary works, 5 total works. Book 1. Fortress in the Eye of Time. Deep in an abandoned, shattered castle, an old.
FORTRESS OF EAGLES . CHERRYH the second Fortress book PRELUDE Ages ago, before the time of Men, a place named Galasien grew to rule as far and wide as any records tell. Mauryl Gestaurien came from that time and that place. So did Hasufin Heltain, who may have been a prince of Galasien. Assuredly he was a wizard, as was Mauryl. the second Fortress book. Ages ago, before the time of Men, a place named Galasien grew to rule as far and wide as any records tell.
Indeed, a band of men and wagons was arrayed beside the crossing, that of the first honest road between the outlying fields and the nearest orchards.
Indeed, a band of men and wagons was arrayed beside the crossing, that of the first honest road between the outlying fields and the nearest orchards he apple trees, and they brought the remounts from the stables outside the town walls, a large number of horses
This is a more interior book than the first volume but the series does continue to visit territories not often covered in Fantasy. Tristen is a tortured hero, and Cherryh's take on him is intelligent. C. Cherryh-three-time winner of the coveted Hugo Award-is one of today's best-selling and most critically acclaimed writers of science fiction and fantasy. The author of more than fifty novels, she makes her home in Spokane, Washington.
In Fortress in the Eye of Time, the wizard Mauryl Gestaurien summoned his greatest spell and created Tristen, the gray-eyed youth with strange powers. The wizard saved his greatest spell for last.
Tristen is both more and less than a man. A summoning, a shaping, he was brought to life by a wizard, to serve a king yet to be crowned.
Now the wizard is dead: a united Ylesuin, and a peace this land has never known. Cefwyn needs his only friend, this young man of mysterious origins who is more brother than vassal. He relies on Tristen, and trusts him though he knows not why, as he plans the war that will bring his dream to pass...or bring ruin upon them all.
The eagerly awaited sequel to her acclaimed Fortress in the Eye of Time, C.J. Cherryh's newest high fantasy triumph is an epic saga of destiny and intrigue in a magical world as wondrous, and as real, as our own.