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Silver May Tarnish (Witch World Series 2: High Hallack Cycle, #10) The Dales of Andre Norton s Witch World have endured wars, natural disasters, the predations of strange creatures, and treachery None loves the land as well as Lorcan, orphaned at birth, who has sought his birthright for as long as he can remember Exiled from his native land when it was invaded by Alizon, he spent his youth in Paltendale where he was treated as an outsider, especially by Hogeth, an heir of that dale, who resented Lorcan s presence when both were still young men.When he came of age, Lorcan left to seek his own destiny Since then, he has fought valiantly to rid the Dales of the Alizon invaders, but not even his efforts can prevent the deaths of many people, and the destruction of many keeps and garths The war now over, he has survived, but so have those who would plunder the lands of the survivors And among the plundering bandits is his nemesis from Paltendale, now bitter and determined to vanquish Lorcan.During his travels Lorcan has joined with five blank shields, who, fighting together for common cause, become his boon companions Then he meets a young noble lass, from a dale known as Honeycoombe for its beekeeping Her dale has been decimated by the war, but with Lorcan and his band, she will try to rebuild a home where they all can live in peace Lorcan feels that he might at last find happiness with the valiant fair maiden But Hogeth now leads marauders across the dales, destroying what they cannot rightfully have, and there will be no peace in the dales until Lorcan and Hogeth settle their old, bitter score. Best Read Kindle ePUB Silver May Tarnish (Witch World Series 2: High Hallack Cycle, #10) By Andre Norton – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. isn t going to be the best review ever I ve read the book too many times I love this book and this series too much.This book is several books into the Witch World series but it is a stand alone While it can be read without prior knowledge of the Witch WorldNorton writes with the assumption that you know what she s talking about.Some Background Silver May Tarnish is set in the Dales of High Hallack, a country in the Witch World It occurs after a isn t going to be the best review ever I ve read the book too many times I love this book and this series too much.This book is several books into the Witch World series but it is a stand alone While it can be read without prior knowledge of the Witch WorldNorton writes with the assumption that you know what she s talking about.Some Background Silver May Tarnish is set in the Dales of High Hallack, a country in the Witch World It occurs after a long and very destructive war has happened on that land Invaders came to the Dales from a country named Alizon The Alizoners despise magic in all forms and thus allied themselves with a technologically advanced group of outworlder invaders named the Kolder The Kolder gave the armies of Alizon war machines that read very much like modern day tanks With these machines technology unknown to the Witch World a low tech world the armies of Alizon were able to batter down the walls of many keeps as they invaded the dales They destroyed the land a...

  2. A Witch World novel Beautifully written and executed Low key for a fantasy novel but well woven Not too bad but it did not completely set my blood on fire Where is that next Gotrek novel

  3. It has been many years since I read a Witch World novel Yet re visiting that milieu felt as familiar and comfortable as slipping into a favorite robe, a pair of fuzzy slippers, and curling up in front of a warm fire.Lorcan and Meive are both Dales folk, who lost their homes to invaders and war Now they seek to make a home for themselves, with others who will join them, in Meive s dale known as Honeycoombe for its bees and honey But Lorcan has made an enemy in his distant kin relative, Hogeth, It has been many years since I read a Witch World novel Yet re visiting that milieu felt as familiar and comfortable as slipping into a favorite robe, a pa...

  4. This review was originally published on Kurt s Frontier.Synopsis The Dales have endured much in wars, natural disasters, magic, strange creatures, andThis is the home of two souls lost in the ravages of war When the Hounds of Alizon invaded the Dales of High Hallack, most were caught off guard Lorcan was orphaned in a single savage strike and fought hard to rid the Dales of the savage invaders He has endured heartbreak and treachery that cost him almost everything Yet his father, a lo This review was originally published on Kurt s Frontier.Synopsis The Dales have endured much in wars, natural disasters, magic, strange creatures, andThis is the home of two souls lost in the ravages of war When the Hounds of Alizon invaded the Dales of High Hallack, most were caught off guard Lorcan was orphaned in a single savage strike and fought hard to rid the Dales of the savage invaders He has endured heartbreak and treache...

  5. A stand alone Witch World book set in the Dales Though Andre Norton s name is on this from the intro it s obvious that it s all Lyn McConchie s work as she plays in Norton s world and this suffers from that because although McConchie can take the world out for a spin and create characters and situations, she can t add to canon Nothing she writes can alter Norton s timelines and history of the Witch World It s aof the same book, but at the end of it, nothing has changed in the world L A stand alone Witch World book set in the Dales Though Andre Norton s name is on this from the intro it s obvious that it s all Lyn McConchie s work as she plays in Norton s world and this suffers from that because although McConchie can take the world out for a spin and create characters and situations, she can t add to canon Nothing she writes can alter Norton s timelines and history of the Witch World It s aof the same book, but at the end of it, nothing has changed in the world Lorcan, the son of a minor noble house, is orphaned when raiders come to the Dales and forced to grow up living on the charity of relatives until his position becomes untenable and he s cut loose He meets up with Meive of Landale, the only...

  6. I collect Andre Norton books She s one of the first fantasy authors I loved as a child and I read all her books with anticipation of a good story, strong likable characters, and good triumphing over evil altho evil is never fully defeated Her characters are people you meet every day or wish you did and I was always hopeful that maybe one day I would discover my special powers the way some of her characters did This novel takes place on Witch World, one of Norton s most popular settings T I collect Andre Norton books She s one of the first fantasy authors I loved as a child and I read all her books with anticipation of a good story, strong likable characters, and good triumphing over evil altho evil is never fully defeated Her characters are people you meet every day or wish you did and I was always hopeful that maybe one day I would discover my special powers the way some of her characters did This novel takes place on Witch World, one of Norton s m...

  7. 2nd read 5 2 20151st read 9 8 2009Originally I said that this book was finished from Ms Norton s notes after her death However, when I just reread it, I read the notes from McConchie, who said that the idea was hers, and Norton helped with it.Either way, it is an excellent read, with a good story flow and a good ending If I was to edit it perhaps I would have removed a few of the Postscripts at the end, but overall a plus five read Good triumphs in the en...

  8. Was quite well written and fairly compelling right up to the last three to four chapters Then the believability of the character responses broke down Was disappointing, but most of the story had already happened so was an OK read overall.

  9. very enjoyable, typical ending, but still very good I like how it went back and forth between the two characters the story wasn t just through one person s eyes, but through two people s eyes which made it interesting and a different take on what was happening.

  10. Norton I like Norton s tales, a bit Pollyanna in ending but beautiful imagery and a great setting A very good story teller.