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Arms-Commander (Saga of Recluce) by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
Cover Artist: Matt Stawicki
Review by Bill Lawhorn
Tor Books Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780765323811
Date: 05 January 2010 List Price $27.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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The angels are once again on the move. In the immediate aftermath of Nylan’s battle with Cyad, Lornth is battered and still pressed by enemies. The friendly relations with Westwind are not liked by many of the lord holders or the traders of Suthya or even the Prefect of Gallos. As years pass memories of defeats fade, Gallos once again tests the might of the Angels. Surely with Nylan gone, the women of Westwind can't defeat another army.

From official release/information:

From back of book: Arms-Commander takes place ten years after the end of The Chaos Balance and tells the story of the legendary Saryn. The keep of Westwind, in the cold mountainous heights called the Roof of the World, is facing attack by the adjoining land of Gallos. Arthanos, son and heir to the ailing Prefect of Gallos, wishes to destroy Westwind because the idea of a land where women rule is total anathema to him.

Saryn, Arms-Commander of Westwind, is dispatched to a neighboring land, Lornth, to seek support against the Gallosians. In the background, the trading council of Suthya is secretly and informally allied with Gallos against Westwind and begins to bribe lord-holders in Lornth to foment rebellion and civil war. They hope to create such turmoil in Lornth that the weakened land will fall to Suthya. But Zeldyan, regent of Lornth, has problems in her family. To secure Zeldyan’s aid, Saryn must pledge her personal support — and any Westwind guard forces she can raise — to the defense of Zeldyan and her son.

(Source: Tor Books)

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