By Canavan, TrudiRead by Douglas, Sarah
When Auraya was chosen to become a priestess, she could never have believed that a mere 10 years later she would be one of the White, the gods' most powerful servants. Sadly, Auraya has little time to adapt to the exceptional powers gifted to her by the gods. Mysterious black-cla...d sorcerers from the south plague the land and rumours reach the White of an army being raised. Auraya and her new colleagues work tirelessly to seal alliances and unite the northern continent under their banner, but time is running out. War comes to the lands of the White and unless Auraya can master her new abilities, even the favour of the gods may not be enough to save them. Trudi Canavan, author of the best-selling Black Magician Trilogy, embarks upon a wonderful new fantasy series set in a classical world of magic, heroes, gods and forbidden love.Read more
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Trudi Canavan has been making up stories about people and places that don't exist for as long as she can remember. Her first short story received an Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Short Story in 1999. When she recovered from the surprise, she went on to finish the fantasy novel-that-became-three, the bestselling Black Magician Trilogy. She lives in Melbourne, Australia. Renowned film and television actress Sarah Douglas is perhaps best known for playing the Kryptonian supervillain Ursa in Superman and Superman II. Her other prominent roles include that of the evil Queen Taramis in the film Conan the Destroyer, and Pamela Lynch in the 1980s primetime drama series Falcon Crest. Sarah has recently finished filming on the movie Displacement . As well as filming, Sarah is an in demand voice-over artist, working with such clients as BBC, Disney Junior, Big Finish, Audible and Warners. Audible is a seller and producer of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming on the Internet.
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