Law of the Broken Earth by Rachel Neumeier
(Griffin Mage Trilogy)

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In Feierabiand, in the wide green Delta, far from the burning heat of the griffin's desert, Mienthe's peaceful life has been shaken. Tan - clever, cynical, and an experienced spy - has brought a deadly secret out of the neighboring country of Linularinum.

Now, as three countries and two species rush toward destruction, Mienthe fears that even her powerful cousin Bertaud may be neither able nor even willing to find a safe path between the secret Linularinum would kill to preserve and the desperate ferocity of the griffins. But can Mienthe?

And, in the end, will Tan help her . . . or do everything in his power to stand in her way?
 

About Rachel Neumeier

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Rachel Neumeier started writing fiction to relax when she was a graduate student and needed a hobby unrelated to her research. Prior to selling her first fantasy novel, she had published only a few articles in venues such as The American Journal of Botany. However, finding that her interests did not lie in research, Rachel left academia and began to let her hobbies take over her life instead. She now raises and shows dogs, gardens, cooks, and occasionally finds time to read. She works part time for a tutoring program, though she tutors far more students in Math and Chemistry than in English Composition.
 
Published December 1, 2010 by Orbit. 456 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The characters are particularly strong, and just when you think this is a token story of Mienthe finding some innate talent, in parallel with Kes in book one, she proves too strong to settle for that, and the story takes us around the countries in many unexpected ways.

Dec 12 2010 | Read Full Review of Law of the Broken Earth (Grif...

The Bookbag

The characters are particularly strong, and just when you think this is a token story of Mienthe finding some innate talent, in parallel with Kes in book one, she proves too strong to settle for that, and the story takes us around the countries in many unexpected ways.

Dec 12 2010 | Read Full Review of Law of the Broken Earth (Grif...

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