Sisters of the Raven by Barbara Hambly

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The Yellow City is in crisis. The wells are running dry, and the Sun Mages have been unable to call the rains. Frustrated Mages across the land can no longer work the magic that once ran their empire. Now the magic lies solely in the hands of a few women--the first ever to have developed magical powers.

About Barbara Hambly

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Barbara Hambly is the author of Patriot Hearts and The Emancipator's Wife, a finalist for the Michael Shaara Award for Excellence in Civil War Fiction. She is also the author of Fever Season, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and the acclaimed historical Benjamin January series, including the novels A Free Man of Color and Sold Down the River. She lives in California.
Published December 5, 2008 by Aspect. 482 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The versatile Barbara Hambly (Dragonshadow, Wet Grave and other titles in her Benjamin January historical mystery series) offers a provocative feminist fantasy, Sisters of the Raven, with a Native American-inspired background.

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The Yellow City is threatened by drought because the Sun Mages, who have called the rains for seven centuries and more, are losing their magic, as are the Earth Mages, the Blood Mages, and the Pyromancers.

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