Darkling Fields of Arvon (Mass Market Paperbound)
The second entry in the Legend of the Stone Harp saga, a high fantasy epic with echoes of such classic series as Patricia McKillip's Riddlemaster tales and Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time chronicle. A young bard must regain the lost World Harp before an evil lord brings on a new age of darkness. The second entry in the Legend of the Stone Harp saga, a high fantasy epic with echoes of such classic series as Patricia McKillip's Riddlemaster tales and Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time chronicle. Talamadh. The World Harp. Possess it and yours is the power of Heaven and Earth. The player may strum harmony into existence-as did the Bards of the Stoneholding for generations. But now the World Harp belongs to an evil lord bent on world domination and destruction. A broken world's only hope is a young bard on the run across a war-torn landscape in a desperate quest to find a princely warrior before Talamadh sings out the final chord that plunges his world into eternal darkness. About the Stoneholding series:
" A] world of fantasy that is both as familiar as a folktale, yet still refreshingly new at every turn."--Best-selling Map of Bones author James Rollins.
About the Author
James G. Anderson is a teacher, catechist, musician, and poet, and holds a BA and MA in theology. He lives with his wife and three sons on the Canadian prairies outside Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Mark Sebanc has worked as an editor and translator. He holds B.A. and M.S. degrees in classics from the University of Toronto. He does his writing on a peaceful backwoods farm on the edge of the Canadian Shield in the Upper Ottawa valley of Ontario.