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The New World: Book Three in The Age of Discovery by Michael A. Stackpole
Review by Colleen Cahill
Spectra Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780553382396
Date: 24 July 2007 List Price $15.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Explorations must all come to an end, some with happy journeys back home while others land in unexpected locations. In Michael A. Stackpole's final volume to The Age of Discovery series, The New World, we find the Anturasi family scattered across the world and even in other worlds as they face not only an invasion, but a god who wants to take control over all magic. What once was a journey to explore new lands is now a fight to save humanity from complete destruction.

From official release/information:

Book Description: Time is running out. Nalenyr is besieged on all sides by those who would save the fabled land—and those who would enslave it. Soon the realm will be ravaged by the scourge of magical warfare—overrun by terrifying forces created by an ancient enemy, and soaked in the blood of champions and gods. It is the moment of final conflict, and the grandchildren of the Royal Cartographer are at the center of the climactic struggle.

Keles Anturasi will race across the world, fleeing assassins, seeking control over powers he can barely understand. His brother, Jorim, having ascended to godhood, now finds himself pitted against an elder god—the very god who once created the entire pantheon and now seeks its destruction. And their sister, Nirati, embarks on a treacherous crusade with a dead hero to wage war on hell itself!

As the final battle lines are drawn, they will gather the land's newly awakened defenders of the ancient past. But can this small band of champions, mystics, and magicians stand against an evil that threatens to sweep reality itself into an unending dark age of nightmare and oblivion?

(Source: Spectra)

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