Lance of Earth and Sky by Erin Hoffman
(The Chaos Knight, Book Two)

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In the sequel to Sword of Fire and Sea, Vidarian Rulorat faces the consequences of opening the gate between worlds. Called into service by the desperate young emperor of Alorea, Vidarian must lead sky ships in a war against the neighboring southern empire, train the demoralized imperial Sky Knights to ride beasts that now shapeshift, master his own amplified elemental magic, and win back Ariadel—all without losing his mind.


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About Erin Hoffman

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Erin Hoffman was born in San Diego, California and now lives with her husband, two parrots, and a dog in the San Francisco bay area. Her college degree was eclectic and landed her in the strange waters of video game design, where she tells stories using a diabolical combination of character, controller, and math. Her games have been played by over four million kids and adults worldwide, and she is a graduate of the Odyssey Fantasy Writers Workshop. Join the world of Andovar at www.facebook.com/andovar.world, visit Erin Hoffman at www.erinhoffman.com and follow her on Twitter @gryphoness.
 
Published April 17, 2012 by Pyr. 319 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The spirit of Vidarian's oldest friend, Ruby, also killed when the gate opened and trapped inside one of the gems used to open the gate, wakes up and demands her body back.

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Readers of the first novel — and this novel makes no concession to those starting the series here — will recall that the universe the author creates is filled with ideas and characters, ranging from Gryphons to pirates, schools of elemental magic and much more.

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Wilson Pulitzer Prize-Winning Biologist Author of On Human Nature Sat 11 Tix are available at etix.com Sun7:30 @Powells the first collection of short fiction from Jess Walter, is a suite of diverse, often comic stories wp.me/P2DwkQ-bv0 Saturday the 2nd, 10am / Powell’s City of Books ...

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