Maker's Curse (Millennium’s Rule, #4)
Rielle the Maker, restorer of worlds. That is how she is known now. She has lost count of the number of worlds Baluka has sent her to save. But when he sends her to a world that isn’t magically dead, she is caught up in far more complex troubles than she has time to sort out.Because her next visit to her own world, to check on Qall, is fast drawing close. After five cycles in exile, is he ready to return to the worlds?Tyen has cast off his old identity. No longer a spy, his attempts to teach new sorcerers and find ways to counteract the war-machines have been thwarted by interference from Liftre. Then when the chance comes to amend past wrongs it also brings a possible solution to his troubles.Until an old enemy brings news of something worse than dead worlds and sorcerers, and not even the most powerful sorcerers can stop it.

Maker's Curse (Millennium’s Rule, #4) Details

TitleMaker's Curse (Millennium’s Rule, #4)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 1st, 1970
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GenreFantasy, High Fantasy

Maker's Curse (Millennium’s Rule, #4) Review

  • Andrea
    January 1, 1970
    From Trudi Canavan's Homepage:http://www.trudicanavan.com/2017/07/m...Maker’s Curse: Book Four of Millennium’s Ruleby Trudi Canavan on Jul 17, 2017 Yes, you read that right!I can officially announce that I am going to be writing a fourth book in the Millennium’s Rule series. Maker’s Curse will be the last book. Probably.Right from when I first conceived the idea, many years ago, I had the feeling it might be more of a series of books than a stand alone or trilogy. Not just because of the huge po From Trudi Canavan's Homepage:http://www.trudicanavan.com/2017/07/m...Maker’s Curse: Book Four of Millennium’s Ruleby Trudi Canavan on Jul 17, 2017 Yes, you read that right!I can officially announce that I am going to be writing a fourth book in the Millennium’s Rule series. Maker’s Curse will be the last book. Probably.Right from when I first conceived the idea, many years ago, I had the feeling it might be more of a series of books than a stand alone or trilogy. Not just because of the huge potential in a universe full of thousands of worlds, but because Rielle’s stories were more like episodes that built on her past than a single story arc. However, when I returned to the story many years later, and Tyen’s story melded with hers, a main story arc had become more solid and I wasn’t sure if it would carry me past three books. I did warn my publisher that it might be a longer series.However, when I was working on the edits for Successor’s Promise last year, I couldn’t help feeling that I hadn’t quite pushed that story arc as far as it ought to have gone. Some of the original intentions that I’d put aside were still strong in my mind, some of the newer ideas begged to be developed further and I could see a whole lot of interesting directions to send Rielle and Tyen. Eventually I sat down and wrote an outline, and the way it all came together smoothly into a great book idea made it feel like it had been obvious all along. I had just been so distracted by all the troubles with my back that I hadn’t seen it. Now, having taken a six month break from writing to let my back heal then work had at strengthening it, I’m ready to start writing. It has been hard holding off, because I am SO excited about this book and can’t wait to follow Rielle and Tyen into the adventures I have planned for them.
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