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Airs of Night and Sea (The Horsemistress Saga) Mass Market Paperback – December 30, 2008
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In the third book in the Horsemistress Saga, begun by Airs beneath the Moon (2006) and continued in Airs and Graces (2007), young Larkyn Hamley is nearing graduation from the Academy of the Air, but the academy is under threat from the mad Duke William, who plans to close it and open his own flying school devoted to training well-born young men to ride the flying horses of Oc, none of which has ever tolerated having men anywhere nearby. William has posted soldiers at the academy in the hope of capturing the girls’ instructor, Mistress Philippa Winter, who has been forced into hiding. The scenes of horses and riders in flight and battle are breathtaking; political machinations abound; and the dangers to the academy staff and students are palpable as Lark and her beloved horse, Tup, join forces with Mistress Winter and others in a desperate effort to thwart the duke’s evil plans. The saga’s fans are sure to welcome the latest installment. --Sally Estes
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If I had any regrets it is about Duke William himself. He's the villain, for sure, but how can you not like a guy who wants a flying horse of his very own? I found myself rooting for him as much as I did for Philippa and Larkyn and the other horsemistresses.
Strong female characters abound in this book, and the background and setting are vivid and realistic. I recommend this series for anyone who likes their fantasy with a dose of realism. And lots of horses.
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Overall, I really enjoyed this trilogy. I've always loved fantasy and horses since I was a child, so this appealed to me.Read more