[Epub] A Blackbird in Silver By Freda Warrington – Loufanet.info

A Blackbird in Silver From Forluin, Green, Half Fabled Land Of Beauty And Peace, Has Journeyed The Gentle Estarinel, Bearing Tragic News From The Terrible Empire Of Gorethria Rides Ashurek A Lean And Deadly Warrior, Once High Commander Of Its Armies, Scourge Of The Earth, Hated And Feared Across Continents The Third Is Known Only As Medrian Coldly Wrapped In Her Cloak Of Sorrow, Her Eyes Deep Shadowed With Suffering Long Endured, She Will Explain Nothing Of Her Reasons Theirs Is The Quest They Must Slay The Great Serpent Before It Lays Waste And Utterly Destroys The Earth Together They Must Seek Its Lair In The Far Frozen North, Battling Peril And Nightmare Until They Face The Ultimate, Indestructible Foe Three Warriors An Epic Quest They Are The World S Last Hope

About the Author: Freda Warrington

Freda Warrington is an award winning British author, known for her epic fantasy, vampire and supernatural novels The Blood Wine books are addictive, thrilling reads that are impossible to put down and they definitely deserveattention Worldhopping.netHer earliest novels, the Blackbird series, were written and published in the 1980s In the intervening years she has seen numerous novels of epic fantasy, supernatural and contemporary fantasy, vampires, dark romance, horror and alternative history published Her novel ELFLAND won the Romantic Times BEST FANTASY NOVEL Award in 2009, while her 1997 Dracula sequel DRACULA THE UNDEAD won the Dracula Society s BEST GOTHIC NOVEL Award.Four of her novels Dark Cathedral, Pagan Moon, Dracula the Undead, and The Amber Citadel have been nominated or shortlisted for the British Fantasy Society s Best Novel award The American Library Association placed MIDSUMMER NIGHT in its Top Ten for 2010 Recently Titan Book reissued her popular romantic gothic Blood Wine vampire series set in the 1920s A Taste of Blood Wine, A Dance in Blood Velvet and The Dark Blood of Poppies along with a brand new novel, The Dark Arts of Blood In 2017, Telos Publishing will publish her first short story collection, NIGHTS OF BLOOD WINE, featuring fifteen lush dark tales ten set in her Blood Wine world, and five others of gothic weirdness.In 2003, Simon Schuster published The Court of the Midnight King, an alternative history fantasy retelling of the story of King Richard III To celebrate all the events surrounding the discovery of Richard III s remains in Leicester, The Court of the Midnight King is now available on Kindle and in paperback format Most of her backlist titles, including the Blackbird series, Dracula the Undead, Dark Cathedral and Pagan Moon, can already be found on Kindle or will be available in the next few months.Warrington has also seen numerous short stories published in anthologies and magazines For further information, visit her website Freda WarringtonBorn in Leicester, Warrington grew up in the Charnwood Forest area of Leicestershire After completing high school, she trained at Loughborough College of Art and Design and worked in medical illustration and graphic design for some years She eventually moved to full time writing, and also still enjoys design, photography, art, jewellery making and other crafts, travelling and conventions Series Jewelfire Dark Cathedral Aetherial Tales Blackbird

10 thoughts on “A Blackbird in Silver

  1. says:

    Three mismatched companions start out on a quest to find a way to kill the great serpent M gulfn that is trying to destroy the Earth The serpent is slowly spreading despair and anguish, causing wars and laying countries to waste so nothing can grow or survive there I first read this book about 20 years ago, and it s survived 4 house moves, my years and u

  2. says:

    I discovered this book by happenstance as my local library has all three books of this series available as audiobook.I started listening and then just gobbled this story up The narrator s voice is the perfect fit for the story told It is epic fantasy that takes us onto a quest with three main characters that still have got to find out how they fit together and

  3. says:

    DNF at 23% Beyond the first chapter the story hadn t even started yet, almost a quarter into the book If you love copious amounts of backstory this might be the book for you Having it dumped on me right at the beginning before I got to know the characters killed any intrigue set up by the first chapter I m so disappointed Promising first step foward, then it tripped

  4. says:

    This is a two star book that gets an extra star for Ashurek.

  5. says:

    I read this years ago and really enjoyed it and the rest of the series I revisited with my kids recently and it has hooked my eldest into the series always my aim as he can be reluctant to read at times Looking at it as an adult, I can see that the author wrote it when she was quite young but it is a good story and it worked for my kids, so well worth the return visit

  6. says:

    Please see my detailed review for A Blackbird in Silver Darkness, the omnibus edition of the first two books in the Blackbird series, here CLICK ME Please see my detailed review for A Blackbird in Silver Darkness, the omnibus edition of the first two books in the Blackbird series, here CLICK ME

  7. says:

    Liked it at the time but can t recall a thing about it so on that basis, can only give it an average review.

  8. says:

    The Quest continues in A Blackbird in Darkness my next book to read.

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  10. says:

    From fears of nuclear holocaust, written very young, author has written lots . but it s not my genre We ll see..

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