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Jacquelyn Smith is an indie fantasy writer, living on the outskirts of Toronto, Ontario, in the frigid expanse that is Canada. She escapes to tropical havens whenever possible, and to alternate, fantastical realms when real trips aren’t in the budget. Her guiding principle in life is WWXD. (What Would Xena Do?) She is the author of the World of Lasniniar Series, as well as the contest winning fantasy short stories The Unclean, and The God’s Eye.
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Jacquelyn Smith is an indie fantasy author, who lives on the outskirts of Toronto, Ontario, in the frigid expanse that is Canada. She escapes to tropical havens whenever possible, and to alternate, fantastical realms when real trips aren't in the budget. Her guiding principle in life is WWXD (What Would Xena Do?), and her interests include Ancient Egypt, Nine Inch Nails, and jazz hands.
In addition to contest-winning fantasy short stories, she is also the author of the epic fantasy World of Lasniniar Series:
Light Chasers -- A Novel of Lasniniar (Book 0) Legacy Hunter -- A Tale of Lasniniar (Book 0.75) Soul Seeker -- A Novel of Lasniniar (Book 1) Shadow Stalker -- A Tale of Lasniniar (Book 1.5) Storm Rider -- A Novel of Lasniniar (Book 2) Bond Forger -- A Tale of Lasniniar (Book 2.5) Wave Runners -- A Novel of Lasniniar (Book 3) Godmaker -- A Novel of Lasniniar (Book 4) Legends of Lasniniar
The excitement continues for this group of elves and a dwarf, as they battle shape shifting dragons and vampires! Due to long lives of the elves and dwarfs, this superb story takes place over an extended period of time (100-years plus), and brings back some of the characters who died off in book # 1. You'll definitely get a lot of pleasure out of reading this book!
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I do not know where to start, I do not know if it makes a difference or not but for starters I did not purchase this book off of amazon but barnes and noble but since amazon reviews seem to be more substantial than b/ n I decided to post my review here. Firstly I do not understand all the 5 star reviews do not get me wrong it was a ok read but I found a lot of nerve wrecking things as well * sorry for any spoliers* but for starts what the hell is up with all the reborn crap? EVERYBODY seems to be reborn!!! Even those who is not supposed to. I don't know about any of the other readers but I would have been more appreciative of the author introducing new characters into the plot than constantly rebirthing the same ones. It seems it depends on your character on whether or not you get reborn because we get human twins *twins seem to be very important in this story* reborn as elves but humans are not supposed to be reborn, it is something strictly resigned for elves but wait they were once elves before they were reborn as humans then elves again whatever!!! Then Iarion who was once a light elf with a twin but then he was murdered & came back as a *dusky* elf only to die by the quena to be reborn again and now the one who was once his twin sister in his previous life is now his mother whew!!!! Don't get me started on the elves who were once humans then elves again.
then there is the light elf silvaranwyn who turns into a *dusky* elf for the term dark elf is never introduced but from reading you know it means dark who always seems to think it is her calling to go wherever quena takes her I got so damn tired of her constantly saying I feel it was meant for me to be here. Also if Iarion keeps pulling at his braids in frustration then pretty soon he will be one bald headed elf!!!Read more ›
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