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Arrow's Fall (The Heralds of Valdemar, Book 3) Mass Market Paperback – January 5, 1988
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Praise for the Arrows Trilogy:
“Beautifully written.... Shows a sure touch with the wonder and adventure that characterize the best fantasy writers.” —RT Reviews
“Lackey has created a complex, interesting world.” —American Fantasy Magazine
“The story is well told, and the major characters are well-drawn. As a whole, the trilogy offers evidence of Lackey’s...potential to become a major figure in the field.” —Booklist
“So well-crafted you’ll want read it an entire night. The Heralds are all people you know, or wish you knew.” —OtherRealms
“The kind of novel that belongs on every fantasy lover’s bookshelf…carefully wrought, entertaining reading by a brilliant and dedicated author.” —Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Mercedes Lackey is a full-time writer and has published numerous novels and works of short fiction, including the best-selling Heralds Of Valdemar series. She is also a professional lyricist and a licensed wild bird rehabilitator. She lives in Oklahoma with her husband, artist Larry Dixon, and their flock of parrots. She can be found at mercedeslackey.com.
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No one cares.
Simple as that really. No one cares about her trauma or her fears. Skif just wants her to get better so she can please Dirk. He even says to her, "Now gather your courage and give him a wonderful goodbye to keep him going, eh?" She was brutally raped to the point where her loins are ripped apart. And the only thing Rynee, Skif and even Dirk seem to care about is her "pleasing" Dirk. And we're supposed to like this guy? Compare this to Stef and Vanyel if you've read those. Vanyel is raped in the same brutal fashion by multiple men. Does Stef try and force him into doing things that would hurt him? No. Stef puts his own desires and needs aside to care for the man he loves. And Dirk should have done the same while telling the rest of the Heralds to keep their noses out of it.
The books are great reads with villains you love to hate, ranging from school bullies to evil magicians. Brave, honorable , heroes and heroines surmounting seemingly unbeatable odds.