Mystic Quest by Tracy Hickman
Book Two of The Bronze Canticles

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Thrice upon a time, three worlds were in peril... New York Times bestselling author Tracy Hickman and DragonlanceTM cocreator Laura Hickman present the continuing story of their monumental, enthralling epic fantasy... Thrice upon a time, three champions will find one destiny... In the course of more than two decades, Galen Arvad's tiny band of outlaw Mystics has grown into a nation of secret clans, despite fierce persecution by the Pir theocracy and the dragons that have enslaved humanity. On another world, the faery Dwynwyn saved her people by raising an army of the dead, but now none of the corpses can rest...and the sheer number of their tormented legions threatens the faery kingdoms. While on the third world, the tyrannical King Mimic's domination is threatened by a warrior maiden whose thirst for conquest exceeds his own. Yet through the magic of the dreams that link their worlds, a new wind blows, beckoning each of them into unknown lands with the promise of salvation, sanctuary, and power. For Galen's war-weary son, Caelith, the slender hope takes the form of a stranger's vow to lead him and his people to the sanctuary of a lost empire-the legendary ancestral home of the Mystics. Dwynwyn seeks salvation of her people through a small fellowship of Fae who must journey to a distant land of unquenchable horror-where their truth can bring peace to the living and the dead. As for the wizard-goblin Thux, newly and unwillingly appointed Technomancer to King Mimic, his journey to the Ogre citadel may bring him to the height of power and danger-if his own allies do not kill him first. Now three bands of heroes embark on odysseys beset by outer tragedy and inner betrayal. For each to survive, all must succeed-for all three worlds face the same cunning evil...

About Tracy Hickman

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Tracy Hickman is a bestselling fantasy and science-fiction author, best known as the creator of Dragonlance while he worked for TSR. In all, Hickman wrote over 30 novels in collaboration with Margaret Weis as well as numerous novels and series both as solo works and coauthored with his wife, Laura. Tracy and Laura live in Utah where they enjoy visits from their four children and three grandchildren. BATMAN and all related characters, names and elements are trademarks of DC Comics, 2011. All rights reserved.
Published December 1, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing. 464 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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New readers may find it difficult to get into the Hickmans' second installment in their Bronze Canticles series (after 2004's Mystic Warrior ), with its t

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Now, that magic brings tragedy and darkness to the .

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A entire race of people the Fae quest swore to assist are not referred to again and no mention is made regarding the fate of the Fae dead city although that was one of the main reasons for launching their quest in the first place.

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