[ Read Best ] The War of MistsAuthor Robert Fanney – Bilb-weil.de

She chose to die in her sister s place and yet she lived Luthiel, justyears old, made a brave peace with the dreaded Vyrl of the Vale of Mists Now she must face an army sent to destroy them With her companions the werewolf Othalas, the dragon Melkion, the sorcerer Mithorden, a Vyrl named Ecthellien, and the elf Vaelros who would love her Luthiel races back to the angry faelands to beg forgiveness for monsters Who, if any, will survive the journey For the Vale is surrounded by the webs of Widdershae, and the only other path leads to the Red Moon where an ancient evil waits in the flames Beyond the Vale, the home she left is not the same Armies march for vengeance Powers play their hands in a game of ages In the sky something evil stirs Rumors of a dark prophecy Whispers of a Blood Witch And signs foretelling an ancient doom terrible enough to destroy worlds


10 thoughts on “The War of Mists

  1. Gayle Gayle says:

    I just finished the book yesterday, and it was fabulous An action packed additional chapter to Luthiel s life that leaves you wantingI am eagerly looking forward to the next installment The introductory book was wonderful and this sequel did not disappoint It is delightful to watch Luthiel maturing, as well as watching the development of the terrific supporting characters around her Keep scribbling, Rob I m hooked


  2. Casey Casey says:

    Luthiel s Song The War of Mists was an enchanting book that you could never put down Luthiel had to go through so much in little amount of time Facing Zalos, the man that held her mother prisoner for centuries, being called the blood witch, and her friends dieing for her Plus learning how to go into the dreams of others and learing that she has become queen Luthiel then has to choose who to love I hope the next book comes out soon so I could see what happens when Luthiel is trialed of witc Luthiel s Song The War of Mists was an enchanting book that you could never put down Luthiel had to go through so much in little amount of time Facing Zalos, the man that held her mother prisoner for centuries, being called the blood witch, and her friends dieing for her Plus learning how to go into the dreams of others and learing that she has become queen Luthiel then has to choose who to love I hope the next book comes out soon so I could see what happens when Luthiel is trialed of witchcraft


  3. Kate Kate says:

    This second installment in the Luthiel s Song epic explores deeper the conflict between the feminine and the masculine Luthiel has saved and redeemed demons only to bear the blame for their past mis deeds and to be called a witch As the entire land of elves and fairies is ripped asunder, she must confront a dark and stunningly handsome lord would use the fear of Luthiel to make himself king It is an amazing story rife with conflict, action, and a little romance too The stunning depictions an This second installment in the Luthiel s Song epic explores deeper the conflict between the feminine and the masculine Luthiel has saved and redeemed demons only to bear the blame for their past mis deeds and to be called a witch As the entire land of elves and fairies is ripped asunder, she must confront a dark and stunningly handsome lord would use the fear of Luthiel to make himself king It is an amazing story rife with conflict, action, and a little romance too The stunning depictions and enchanting scenery will leave you breathless


  4. JP JP says:

    Just finished this novel and found it to be well worth the wait two years for me Amazing story and character development Plus turns some well worn fantasy cliches directly on their heads Won t reveal because I don t want to spoil Another point is this book has some of the best fantasy dialogue and aphorisms I ve run into yet They have depth and command without sounding archaic For example, Zalos The world is full of massive things in motion Little creatures get hurt, or Mithorden W Just finished this novel and found it to be well worth the wait two years for me Amazing story and character development Plus turns some well worn fantasy cliches directly on their heads Won t reveal because I don t want to spoil Another point is this book has some of the best fantasy dialogue and aphorisms I ve run into yet They have depth and command without sounding archaic For example, Zalos The world is full of massive things in motion Little creatures get hurt, or Mithorden We become what we do, Zalos But aside from these fine nuggets, I found the plot to be masterfully constructed and the climax one of amazing scope and power If you love great fantasy books, you ll definitely have to add this one to your collection


  5. Shelly Shelly says:

    This second book in the Luthiel s Song series, perhaps, surpasses the first And this is a very tough thing to do as the first book was one of the best I have ever read The writing becomespaced and, if possible, evenfluid and the story itself picks up to multiple crescendos of action, conflict, and, yes, romance too Butthan anything else, I loved the themes in this story In the end it is a conflict between love and a very grim practicality that loses itself in what must be d This second book in the Luthiel s Song series, perhaps, surpasses the first And this is a very tough thing to do as the first book was one of the best I have ever read The writing becomespaced and, if possible, evenfluid and the story itself picks up to multiple crescendos of action, conflict, and, yes, romance too Butthan anything else, I loved the themes in this story In the end it is a conflict between love and a very grim practicality that loses itself in what must be done I loved this book It is both a true faerie tale and true epic


  6. Ashley Saunders Ashley Saunders says:

    In this book Luthiel has found out who she is and relationships are starting to bloom Luthiel decided to help the Vyrl and is now trying to prevent war between the Fae The widdershae have becomeknowlagable in the magical arts as well as becomingvisious Will Luthiel Succedd will she ever get used to the Vyrl read and find out I have read this book about 10 times and it is bound to be your favorite


  7. Andrea Andrea says:

    The grand effort that began with Dreams of the Ringed Vale grows in scope and intensity throughout this second chapter in the Luthiel s Song series Luthiel matures but still shows a few hints of endearing innocence through the many hard lessons of this story as the clouds of storm to kill an age gather Perhaps most striking is the conflict between male and female in the form of Luthiel s clashes with Zalos a very chauvinist villain.


  8. Abigail Yow Abigail Yow says:

    I was thoroughly captivated by the prequel and had much hopes that the second book would be just as good or maybe better but sadly, the novel did not live up to my expectation.The armies of the faelands have finally gathered to put a stop to the Vyrl s requests for chosen sacrifices Now together with her companions, Luthiel races back to the faelands to convince them about the Vyrl s change of heart or is it too late, with shadows of the Widdershae lurking in the darkness of the Vale of Forest I was thoroughly captivated by the prequel and had much hopes that the second book would be just as good or maybe better but sadly, the novel did not live up to my expectation.The armies of the faelands have finally gathered to put a stop to the Vyrl s requests for chosen sacrifices Now together with her companions, Luthiel races back to the faelands to convince them about the Vyrl s change of heart or is it too late, with shadows of the Widdershae lurking in the darkness of the Vale of Forest.I felt too many characters were needlessly thrown into the story to keep the story going There were just too many names At times, I found myself wondering what role does he or she play only to find out later that we would not be seeing him again While I was glad to see the main characters again, I did not find them as endearing as before This was probably due to the many interaction between the many characters that the author had introduced The writing was consistent and I can see that the author has put a lot effort into creating his own world Sometimes, a little too much from the look of things Some parts were difficult to read and dull but other than that, I have no complaints After reading this, I m a bit hesitant to read the sequel Even so, I have a feeling that I would, just to see how the story would continue after that big cliffhanger


  9. Mickey Mickey says:

    In this book, Luthiel embarks on the second phase of her great adventure that began in the Vale of Mists After a surprising turn of events that has made Luthiel an ally to monsters, she must now convince the elves to forgive them But do the dreaded Vyrl even deserve forgiveness After all, they were responsible for the death of hundreds of innocent elves Even worse, Luthiel is confronted by her father s old friend and rival Zalos Now Zalos is spreading wicked rumors and dark prophecies ab In this book, Luthiel embarks on the second phase of her great adventure that began in the Vale of Mists After a surprising turn of events that has made Luthiel an ally to monsters, she must now convince the elves to forgive them But do the dreaded Vyrl even deserve forgiveness After all, they were responsible for the death of hundreds of innocent elves Even worse, Luthiel is confronted by her father s old friend and rival Zalos Now Zalos is spreading wicked rumors and dark prophecies about Luthiel Will she become the villian in the eyes of the elves This captivating tale is much deeper andcomplex than the first It is a wonderful development on a great beginning story that is full of unexpected turns and changes For me it is difficult to chose which I loveThe first book is wonderful to me for its freshness The second is wonderful for its adventure and its stunning morality


  10. Elise Elise says:

    In this volume, Luthiel continues her journey which started as a quest to save the life of her foster sister and best friend Readers of the first book will enjoy seeing Luthiel develop as she confronts many dangers and troubles The plotting is fast paced and intense and I was pleasantly surprised at the themes very valid to the current day though set in a mythic tale It is perhaps an understatement to say I love this story and hope others enjoy it as much as I did.