The Dancers of Arun by Elizabeth A. Lynn
Chronicles of Tornor 2

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Watchtower was the first in a breathtaking fantasy the Chronicles Of Tornor continueKerris has spent seventeen years training his mind as scholar and scribe of Tornor. His brother Kel is one of the chearis - the dancing warriors of Arun - who teaches him the beauty of patterning. This gift has given order, peace and beauty fo the cheari culture. But all too soon will Kerris need to draw upon his talents. The city of Elath is in the throes of psychic warfare - and as he learns the ways of the warrior of the battlefield, he will also discover what it means to love " A MARVELOUS BLEND OF FANTASY AND REALISM IN THE CHARACTERS AND SOCIAL INTERACTIONS." - Marion Zimmer Bradley 'AN UNUSUAL POWERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL BOOK." John Varley "HER WOMEN HAVE DIGNITY AND STRENGTH." - Marge Piercy

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Elizabeth A. Lynn won two World Fantasy Awards in one year for her novel, "Watchtower," and for the short story, "The Woman Who Loved the Moon." She is also the author of "Dragon's Winter," "The Dancers of Arun," "The Northern Girl," "A Different Light," "The Sardonyx Net," and the short fiction collection, "The Woman Who Loved the Moon and Other Stories,
Published January 1, 1980 by Putnam Publishing Group, The. 256 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The second volume in the fantasy-trilogy introduced by the intriguing Watchtower (1978); an art akin to aikido or t'ai ch'i, practiced by troops of ""chearis,"" plays a central thematic role in both books, but there is no actual plot-link.

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