corner corner The Wind-Witch (The Warhorse of Esdragon, Book Two)


The Wind-Witch (The Warhorse of Esdragon, Book Two)
by Susan Dexter | Science Fiction & Fantasy
Registered by AlterEgoZoe of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania USA on 6/19/2017
This book has not been rated. 

status (set by AlterEgoZoe): travelling

This book is in the wild! This Book is Currently in the Wild!

1 journaler for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by AlterEgoZoe from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania USA on Monday, June 19, 2017

This book has not been rated.

Got at a library book sale. To share.

Book Two of "The Warhorse of Esdragon"
Faithful wife to a small landholder, Druyan had lived her life in other people's shadows. And if she could sometimes hold the clouds at bay or whistle up a wind, Druyan made sure to keep that talent to herself. Then war came, and Druyan found herself a widow, with no one to help during the harvest but Kellis, the wounded prisoner her husband had locked in the root cellar the day he marched away. But when Druyan freed Kellis from the cellar, she unlocked a Pandora's box, for Kellis had secrets and magic of his own . . . 

Journal Entry 2 by AlterEgoZoe at Little Free Library in Portland, Pennsylvania USA on Thursday, October 05, 2017

This book has not been rated.

Released 8 mos ago (10/4/2017 UTC) at Little Free Library in Portland, Pennsylvania USA


Released for the Spook-Tacular October 2017 Challenge.

When he looked up again Tas had gone. Rising to join the others, he caught sight of something small and abandoned on the floor. "Tas you forgot your pipe." He picked it up and then saw words carved into the wood he had not seen before. Find the music, find the magic.
"Did you carve this?"
Tas did not turn. "Yes," he said, reluctantly. "I have to leave it."
"But, Tas, why?"
Tas squared his shoulders as though firming some resolve. But still he did not turn. "Because the shepherd said that it could only be used once. Thats why I can't get the pipe to play that song-or any song. I've used the magic." He took a deep breath and went on. "And he said that once I found the magic I had the pass the pipe on." he paused and then he did turn, a scamp's humor in his long brown eyes. "It's going to be a long winter. I'm going to leave it here for someone else to find."
"Snowsong" by Nancy Varian Berberick

Found a book? Find the magic! Welcome to BookCrossing!! If you are already a member, "Hello!", if you have only just found this lovely site, welcome!

Congratulations on finding a released BookCrossing book! You can now register on the site, if you want to. It's free to register, but of course you can remain anon. It's up to you!

If you do decide to join, please add me as your referring member, AlterEgoZoe. Thanks!

Most of all, enjoy the book, and enjoy BookCrossing!

Are you sure you want to delete this item? It cannot be undone.