Traitor's Moon: The Nightrunner Series, Book 3 by Lynn FlewellingTraitor's Moon: The Nightrunner Series, Book 3 by Lynn Flewelling

Traitor's Moon: The Nightrunner Series, Book 3

byLynn Flewelling

Mass Market Paperback | August 12, 1999

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Seregil and Alec have spent the last two years in self-imposed exile, far from their adopted homeland, Skala, and the bitter memories there. But their time of peace is shattered by a desperate summons from Queen Idrilain, asking them to aid her daughter on a mission to Aurenen, the very land from which Seregil was exiled in his youth.
Lynn Flewelling is best known for her Nightrunner series, as well as The Tamír Triad, and her work appears in a dozen languages. She also maintains a lively online presence with her website and her LiveJournal, Talk in the Shadows, and her Facebook page. Born in northern Maine, Flewelling is happily transplanted in Redlands, California...
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Title:Traitor's Moon: The Nightrunner Series, Book 3Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 6.9 × 4.2 × 1.5 inPublished:August 12, 1999Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0553577255

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Bad I enjoyed this book almost as much as I had the first two, the plot was good, and finally Alec and Seregil's relationship has progressed. However it did read a little slow for me, especially towards the end. There were a few things that struck me as odd that Flewelling chose to either include or exclude, but for the most part I greatly enjoyed this.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Could be better There was some reviews saying that this book doesn't live up to the first two, and to be honest I almost gave up reading halfway.. The early part of the book is too drawn out, long winded and boring, but I like it towards the end..
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A let-down, sort of I'd been warned that the quality of this series wavers. I found this book overlong, and with questionable pacing. Towards the end it dragged a lot, and left me more disappointed than satisfied. A shame, since I greatly enjoyed the first two.
Date published: 2014-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent, but two issues ***This review contains spoilers.*** Considering that these three books (Luck in the Shadows, Stalking Darkness and Traitor's Moon) were the author's first books, the writing is absolutely incredible. Very gripping, hard to put down. The only issues I have with Traitor's Moon are the fact that a certain character makes a military decision that is completely and utterly stupid. This puts certain characters in the right place at the right time, but abusing the intelligence of your non-principal characters in order to make your principal characters look good is sloppy. It also makes another mostly non-principal character look like an ineffectual idiot for meekly following the stupid orders. The other issue relates to the fact that it is clear that necromancy is abhorrent to the Aurenfaie, yet the Skalans make no effort to use the fact that the Plenimarans are using necromancy in their war in their negotiations with the Aurenfaie, which struck me as odd. Still, as I said, the writing style is excellent, the book is hard to put down, and the author shows incredible skill in presenting a political intrigue set in a culture that is completely alien.
Date published: 2004-06-04