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Hawkspar Korre #2Popular Kindle Hawkspar Korre #2 Author Holly Lisle There are ma. Young Tonk girls are stolen away from their slaughtered families and forced into slavery A few are molded into recipients of the stone Eyes which confer amazing mystic powers upon them but the sacrifice is overwhelming One such girl ascends against all odds to become the holder of the Hawkspar stones which allow her to watch the flow of events in time and she becomes a pivotal figure in the struggle against the Feegash plot to destroy the entire Tonk civilization Her pleas for rescue are heard by Aaran av Savissha one of the best trackers for the seafaring Tonks and he integrates her into his uest to find and rescue his sister who was stolen away years before An utterly enthralling story filled with fantastical elements and labyrinthine plots that eventually lead back to Talyn herself Very enjoyable

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Ny interesting things in this book format Hardcover and others i. Original post An entirely unexpected choice Hawkspar turned out one I regretted to an extent But positive reviews of its preuel Talyn compelled me to give it a try Set initially in a convent albeit a uniue one Hawkspar focuses around a young acolyte whose name like most there has been forgotten However the Ossalene Order's sanctity dwindles in comparison to its power for most acolytes within will have their eyes replaced with those of stone imparting to them extraordinary powers for a price And ruling the Order are the Oracle Eyes final creations seven pairs of eyes with the ability to sense the currents of time and first among these euals Hawkspar the Oracle Eyes of War But all is not uite as it seems For some within the order the past is not as distant as the order's doctrine would mandate for the acolytes formerly belonging to the Tonk a fiercely loyal clannish people have banded together in a concerted attempt to wield power within the order Our nameless protagonist is one such and initiated into the conspiracy as the choice of the Tonk Oracle Hawkspar her magical call for aid is heard by a slave liberator It's only unfortunate that this interesting premise oracular intrigue takes up so little of the novel and the nameless faceless evil so much Apparently she has seen a large threat to the Tonk and one that only the Eyes' manipulation of time can prevent Okay fair enough Cliche but a useful device But the actual threat bears no connection whatsoever to the remainder of the book and the resolution of it and the book is slightly well laughable It's a deux ex machina to the extreme insipid and meanders slightlyThere are several contradictions paining the novel as well our protagonist has fallen in love with the slave liberator from afar Fair enough they're cloistered and she's about to be rescued But he is under the impression that she is a young girl and for him to suddenly turn around in internal monologue and confess to have loved him from the first call is simply a mistake and repeated as it is you're forced to wonder about the editing mistakes profligate However although the deux ex machina finale is to be avoided Lisle must be lauded for one aspect her heroine suffers for her actions The new Hawkspar Eyes certainly isn't an author's darlingConclusion 52510

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FREE DOWNLOAD Å Hawkspar Korre #2 ↠ Popular Kindle, Hawkspar Korre #2 Author Holly Lisle There are many interesting things in this book format Hardcover and others isbn 9780765309945 480 pages and has a text language like EnglishSbn 9780765309945 480 pages and has a text language like English. Holly Lisle is one of my favorite authors and I enjoyed Talyn so when I saw this at Barnes and Noble I was thrilledFrom my experience with Talyn I knew this book would be gritty There are times I wanted to put the book down to clear my eyes and brain of the imagery rats; at the same time I wanted to keep going to find out what happened nextThe romance makes sense despite the Love at first sight something I don't believe in And it's touchingThe protagonists make sense Their conflict makes sense Their mutual and respective sense of responsibility keep them going in really rough times I don't think a sense of responsibility gets enough credit as impetus to actionI was disappointed though by the lack of continuity with Talyn It's set 15 years after Talyn I wanted to know what happened to her I know she had a family and lived happily ever after but what were the particulars Talyn makes a brief appearance which was not long enough to satisfy me I'd have liked to learn about her life since TalynThe Korre books are not an easy read but they are a satisfying read The universe hangs tight Evil loses; good wins but not without some awful struggles Oddly enough the struggles wars and battles are truncated Chapters end and they battled and won without much descriptors of the battle itself However tortures are detailed and sickeningI look forward to learning about Korre I hope there is