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Medair (Medair, #1-2) The Complete Epic Fantasy Medair Duology, Containing The Aurealis Awards Finalist The Silence Of Medair And The Heart Rending Conclusion Voice Of The Lost.Time Stole Victory.Medair An Rynstar Returned Too Late To Drive Back The Ibisian Invasion Centuries Too Late.When Friend And Enemy Have Become The Same Thing, What Use Are The Weapons Medair Planned To Use To Protect Her Empire There Is No Magic, No Artefact, No Enchanted Trinket Which Can Undo The Past.But No Matter How Medair Wishes To Hide From The Consequences Of Her Failure, There Are Those Who Will Not Allow Her The Luxury Of Denying The Present Her War Is Already Lost, But She Carries Weapons Which Could Change The Course Of New Battles.With The Skirmishes Of War Beginning, And Hunters In Near Pursuit, It Is Her Conscience Medair Cannot Escape Whose Side Should She Be On What Is She Really Running From From The Aurealis Awards Judges Report You Can Read Silence Of Medair For Its Strong, Conflicted Heroine, Its Playful Subversion Of Fantasy Tropes, Or Its Deep, Detailed Analysis Of The Nature Of Racism If Not, Just Read It For The Beautifully Crafted Prose.

About the Author: Andrea K. Höst

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10 thoughts on “Medair (Medair, #1-2)

  1. says:

    A year or two back, Estara told me that I really ought to try Andrea K H st s work, as it invariably starts with a lone female protagonist flung into an interesting situation This is one of my favorite story tropes, and Estara hit right on target.Both the character and

  2. says:

    April 2015 reread Medair was one of the titles I included in my last Top Ten Tuesday post and that made me want to reread it so I did Such a good read.____________________________February 2014 review Originally posted here.Having previously loved Andrea K H st s sci fi novels

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here During the holidays I finally found time to read Medair, which I had been braced against a bit even though I ve much enjoyed all the other books of the author I ve read so far because of the basic plot

  4. says:

    Medair is one of those rare books where I felt like someone could knock me out and induce amnesia so that I can read the book all over again The experience was beyond pleasant and I liked how the author surprised me through the plot twists in the story On that note, it might just be me b

  5. says:

    I probably do sound like a bit of a broken record when it comes to Andrea K H st, but I have fallen in love with pretty much all of her books.MEDAIR has adventure, magic, and love with a healthy dollop of angst , and I was drawn into Medair s world from the start I loved the premise of what ha

  6. says:

    I rated this duo a lot lower than most of the other reviewers because the first book ends on a cliffhanger leading to the second book, when it would have been better served to combine both into one longer book In that context, I think the second book was such a hot mess that it ended up downplaying

  7. says:

    I would first like to say that I love this author I was introduced to her through her Touchstone trilogy, which I absolutely adore Wantingof that, I picked up the Medair Duology I admit that my love for the Touchstone trilogy surpasses this series, but these books were still really very good I will...

  8. says:

    It s exciting to be finally able to give a five star rating to a book with the explosion of paranormal and the urban fantasy genre, good ones seem hard to come by recently But I found this one captivating Though it builds on the potentially trite theme of forbidden love, it rises far above the formulaic, instea

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    This was the first of Host s novels that I read and I just finished reading it again yesterday as a refresher for this review I ve read some high fantasy but it had never been a preference of mine until I read Medair and realized that some people can do a good job writing it It doesn t have be dry and boring and beyo

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    3.5This duology was enjoyable, but a bit confusing for me I enjoyed the first book The silence of Medair immensely It had great and credible world building, the idea of Heralds with their satchels was fascinating, and I loved the idea that the heroine was not a hero, but simply a loyal Imperial messenger driven to desperat

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