Cinkarion: The Heart of Fire by J. A. CullumCinkarion: The Heart of Fire by J. A. Cullum

Cinkarion: The Heart of Fire

byJ. A. Cullum

Paperback | September 1, 2010

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Tamar is a world inhabited by nine humanoid races, plagued by racial and religious hatreds, and steadily moving towards an epic war.

But war is not new to Cibata, the largest continent in the Southern Hemisphere, where only one human nation, Cassinga, survives when once there were three, and the Senangan Empire, ruled by the tiger folk, has vowed to see its destruction.

Saranith Kamrasi, a member of Senanga's royal family and an officer in its navy, is summoned by Cinkarion, one of eight living crystals. It brings her great power, but destroys her lifelong companion.

Yet the Wizard Nathan, also born a Kamrasi but abandoned by his parents for lack of weresight, defends Cassinga despite his tiger blood.

When the Wizard Elgan's apprentice is taken by the Senangans, Nathan and Elgan must turn to Jerevan Rayne, the man who hadn't wanted to be a wizard, and enter the heart of Senanga to rescue her, with the ultimate fate of Cassinga at stake.

Cinkarion is the second book of the Chronicles of the Karionin trilogy.

J. A. Cullum is also the author of "LYSKARION: The Song of the Wind (Book One in the Karionin Chronicles)". As a child, she could read and write by the age of four. Her major writing influences can be traced back to her father's "stacks" - a collection of nearly two tons of science fiction and fantasy magazines - including works by Le...
Title:Cinkarion: The Heart of FireFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.95 inPublished:September 1, 2010Publisher:EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:189406321X

ISBN - 13:9781894063210

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a treat After reading the first book I could not wait to get my hands on this sequel. Not only does it not disappoint (mostly), it also is a total surprise. The last 50 pages were lacking, found they did not compare to the level of story telling that had come before BUT that did not deter me from wanting more at the end of the novel.
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