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The Cygnet and the Firebird (Cygnet, #2) Following the novel The Sorceress and the Cygnet, McKillip s characters, the sorceress Nyx and her cousin Meguet, are plunged into the mystery of the firebird, whose haunting cry transforms objects at random To uncover the identity of the legendary creature who turns into a nameless man at sunrise, they are swept to the edge of the world. New Read The Cygnet and the Firebird (Cygnet, #2) Author Patricia A. McKillip For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Patricia McKillip is known for writing mostly stand alone novels, creating original fairytale realms for each new story Probably the setting of the Cygnet book was too good to let go and so we get to spendtime in the company of Nyx Ro and her family and friends in a sequel Nyx is the heir of the Ro Holding, the ancient and respect seat of power in a realm infused with subtle yet powerful magics At the end of the first book, Nyx returns to the ancient fortress ruled by her mother and pro Patricia McKillip is known for writing mostly stand alone novels, creating original fairytale realms for each new story Probably the setting of the Cygnet book was too good to let go and so we get to spendtime in the company of Nyx Ro and her family and friends in a sequel Nyx is the heir of the Ro Ho...

  2. Is that a pool of water of the eye of an enormous dragon sleeping in the desert or an hallucination caused by wandering around an alternate world with no supplies

  3. I didn t like this one as much as I remembered liking it, possibly because I spent most of my reading time trying to remember the plot instead of just reading it The Cygnet and the Firebird picks up only a few months after The Sorceress and the Cygnet, when a strange magician slips into the house of Lauro Ro without anyone but Meguet, the guardian, and Nyx, the sorceress, noticing He s searching for a hidden key that Nyx discovers is linked to the great mage Chrysom, a key that probably opens I didn t like this one as much as I remembered liking it, possibly because I spent most of my reading time trying to remember the plot instead of just reading it The Cygnet and the Firebird picks up only a few months after The Sorcer...

  4. McKillip s skill with language is no secret to anyone who s read her Each of her fantasies weaves poetry into landscape and plot until the book seems as magic as her imagined worlds Typically her books explore language or music, but The Cygnet and the Firebird, along with the first book in the duology, The Sorceress and the Cygnet, are about harmony I loved reading both books they follow the arc of one of the character s maturation into wisdom, and as we follow that we see the process of har McKillip s skill with language is no secret to anyone who s read her Each of her fantasies w...

  5. This is one of my favorite books of all time Well characterized, poetically written, and surreal She paints a unique world in bold, elegant strokes without belaboring the point or over explaining I am reading the Cygnet another in the series and am once again amazed at how good she is The two main female characters are gracefully and simply drawn in a way that allows the audience to know who these women are The sorceress routinely walks out of her shoes and forgets to eat Her motto is be This is one of my favorite books of all time Well characterized, poetically written, and surreal She paints a unique world in bold, elegant strokes without belaboring the point or over explaining I am reading the Cygnet another in the series and am once again amazed at how good she i...

  6. This was the first novel I read by Patricia A McKillip and I became utterly enraptured The world she created was so unique and her writing uncommonly lyrical and evocative I went on to read manybooks by Ms McKillip, finding some gems and others that didn t work as well More recently I reread this one and still found it riveting Though it is the second book in a duology, I didn t experience too much confusion approaching it as a stand alone The previous book wasn t able to hold my in This was the first novel I read by Patricia A McKillip and I became utterly enraptured The world she created was so unique and her writing uncommonly lyrical and evocative I went on to read manybooks by Ms McKillip, finding some gems and others that didn t work as well More recently I reread this one and still found it riveting Though it is the second book in a duology, I didn t experience too much confusion approaching it as a stand alone The previous book wasn t able to hold my interest, so I only skimmed...

  7. Most reviews that I ve read of Patricia McKillip s Cygnet duology seem to express a strong preference for either The Sorceress and the Cygnet or the The Cygnet and the Firebird This should not be surprising Despite sharing characters and a fantasy world, they have separate plot lines and widely varying tones When you come down to it, The Cygnet and the Firebird isa companion novel than a sequel, although without having read The Sorceress and the Cygnet first, certain things won t make s Most reviews that I ve read of Patricia McKillip s Cygnet duology seem to express a strong preference for either The Sorceress and the Cygnet or the The Cygnet and the Firebird This should not be surprising Despite sharing characters and a fantasy world, they have separate plot lines and widely varying tones When you come down to it, The Cygnet and the Firebird isa companion novel than a sequel, although without having read The Sorceress and the Cygnet first, certain things won t make sense.I read the two books back to back over a weekend, and because the ending of the first book disappointed me, I was a little wary when I started the second, because at first it seemed like it might beof the same However, new mysteries and threats begin appearing in Ro Holding very quickly First, a mage who can stop time steals into the castle searching for an ancient magical key that none of the royal family even knew existed Not long after, a firebird appears in ...

  8. This review was originally posted on Hot Stuff for Cool People.I don t even know where to start with this review This book is such a beautiful, frightening, vivid hallucination After I read this book, I have weird dreams I feel like I m walking around in a fog because this book is so realistic, it leaves the real world looking a bit drab The Cygnet and the Firebird ...

  9. Originally posted at A Novel Idea ReviewsRating 3 5An unknown mage has found his way to Ro Holding, in search of a key Meguet Vervaine, a guardian of Ro Holding, is perplexed by his magic that slows time and conjures shapes from thin air Even Nyx Ro, mage and heir to the Holding, can t fathom what he wants Locked in the tower where the legendary wizard Chrysom once dwelled, Nyx attempts to understand the nature of the key meanwhile, a glorious and dangerous firebird has appeared at the gate Originally posted at A Novel Idea ReviewsRating 3 5An unknown mage has found his way to Ro Holding, in search of a key Meguet Vervaine, a guardian of Ro Holding, is perplexed by his magic that slows time and conjures shapes from thin air Even Nyx Ro, mage and heir to the Holding, can t fathom what he wants Locked in the tower where the legendary wizard Chrysom once dwelled, Nyx attempts to understand the nature of the key meanwhile, a glorious and dangerous firebird has appeared at the gates Its cry speaks of timeless sorrow, and everything it touches becomes jewels and gold Until moonrise, when the firebird becomes a man named Brand, prince of a distant kingdom where unseen dragons cast their shadows over a vast ...