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Trudi Canavan, Priestess of the White

“Priestess of the White ”

Written on: 09/01/2006 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)

Priestess of the White
Trudi Canavan
Eos, Jan 2006, $7.99
ISBN: 0060815701

Teenager Auraya's reward for saving the village of Oraylyn from Dunwayan invaders is being named a priestess to the ruling godlike White, heads of the Circlian religion. A decade later, Auraya is one of the chosen five White guardians to the people of Ithania.

Auraya and her White peers pray they can bring the various races, not all human, together in northern Ithania. However hate and distrust runs deep between the… Read Full Review

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Anniejan's Response to Harriet Klausner's Review

Written on: 20/03/2006

I thought this book was not as good as the magician series and also that it had rather too many similarities to Robert Ordan's WoT series. In particular Leiard "hearing" Miran's voice - exactly as Rand keeps "hearing" Lews Therin in his head trying to take over. A pity some more original thought wasn't put into this it could have been very good.

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