The Veil of Death

The Veil of Death Tika reaches the place of her birth hoping to find a home a family and a see haven But Mortan has other plans for the girl with incredible healing powers And what is worse than an evil sorcerer who

  • Title: The Veil of Death
  • Author: Robin Glassey
  • ISBN: 9781505384284
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tika reaches the place of her birth, hoping to find a home, a family, and a see haven But Mortan has other plans for the girl with incredible healing powers And what is worse than an evil sorcerer who wants you dead And evil sorcerer who wants you alive.Tika is forced to leave Xanti and find a way to protect herself against Mortan, for even though she denies being AzethTika reaches the place of her birth, hoping to find a home, a family, and a see haven But Mortan has other plans for the girl with incredible healing powers And what is worse than an evil sorcerer who wants you dead And evil sorcerer who wants you alive.Tika is forced to leave Xanti and find a way to protect herself against Mortan, for even though she denies being Azetha, she cannot deny the danger she faces Only The Veil of Death will provide her with some measure of protection But how many souls will Death claim this time as she travels to The Tower of Sorrows in search of the Veil

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    About "Robin Glassey"

    1. Robin Glassey

      Robin Glassey was born in Ontario, Canada and now resides in Utah with her husband and children She fell in love with science fiction watching Doctor Who as a child and later discovered her father s science fiction paperbacks in their garage.Robin graduated from BYU with a major in Psychology and a minor in Russian But learning seems to be an addiction, and she returned to college for the fun of it, taking classes in photography and writing Now Robin uses her experiences as an adoptive foster parent as well as observations of life in general in her writing Robin began writing her first fantasy series in 2000 and is excited to have The Azetha Series completed She describes it as a cross between The Lord of the Rings and Robert Jordan s Wheel of Time for teens.

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    1. I loved writing this book even more than Secrets of Fathara. It was an opportunity to continue developing the characters in Book 1 and introduce new characters like Tahle'el and Eno. Tika remains in danger and while she wants to be in charge of her own destiny, she finds that her choices keep being directed by situations that are out of her control. I had many requests for a glossary, so The Veil of Death does have a basic glossary of terms and people to help the reader navigate the fantasy real [...]



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