Heir of Sea and Fire
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 1989
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 213
Edition language: English
Series: Riddle-Master -3 (#2)
Even better than the first one, with a tighter plot and a second look at a lot of minor characters from the first story. I love that it was the adventure of the off-page fiancée from the first book, one of the warrior princesses, and the previous main character's little sister. The book again had a ...
Note: Throughout July, I’ll be re-reading and reviewing books by Patricia McKillip. While I don’t think there are any huge spoilers below, I can’t swear that there are none, so tread with caution if that’s something you’re concerned about. As discussed yesterday, the Riddle-Master trilogy–or Riddl...
I first read this trilogy shortly after it came out. I've reread it several times over the years and love it again each time.
Again, a beutifully told story. This time following Raederle as she goes on the trail of Morgon only to end up on her own path of self discovery. Sometimes though the dialog lost me and I didn't quite know what they were saying.
In some ways I think this is my favorite book of the trilogy. Raederle is a fantastic character and I love the way the whole thing builds to the third book. [May 2011]