The Lion Throne

The Lion Throne The last two novels in Jennifer Roberson s dynastic fantasy epic Chronicles of Cheysuli now available in an omnibus edition In Flight of the Raven Aidan only child of Brennan and Aileen is heir to

  • Title: The Lion Throne
  • Author: Jennifer Roberson
  • ISBN: 9780756400101
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • The last two novels in Jennifer Roberson s dynastic fantasy epic Chronicles of Cheysuli, now available in an omnibus edition In Flight of the Raven Aidan, only child of Brennan and Aileen, is heir to the Lion Throne of Homana and inheritor of a prophecy carried down through the generations But will Aidan, driven as he is by strange visions and portents, prove the weak lThe last two novels in Jennifer Roberson s dynastic fantasy epic Chronicles of Cheysuli, now available in an omnibus edition In Flight of the Raven Aidan, only child of Brennan and Aileen, is heir to the Lion Throne of Homana and inheritor of a prophecy carried down through the generations But will Aidan, driven as he is by strange visions and portents, prove the weak link in the ages old prophecy the Cheysuli who fails to achieve his foretold destiny For as Aidan prepares to set out for Erinn to claim his betrothed, he will become the focus of forces out of legend, visited by the ghosts of long dead kinsmen, and by the Hunter, a mysterious being who may be a Cheysuli god incarnate.Commanded by the Hunter to undertake a quest to claim a series of god given golden links, Aidan will find himself challenged by the Cheysuli s most deadly foe Lochiel, the son of Strahan who will use every trick of Ihlini sorcery to stop Aidan and destroy the promise of the prophecy once and for all In A Tapestry of Lions Nearly a century has passed since the Prophecy of the Firstborn was set in motion the generational quest to recreate the magical race which once held sway in the lands ruled by Homana s Mujar Now, Kellin, heir to Homana s throne, has only to sire an offspring with an Ihlini woman to reach this goal But Kellin wants nothing of prophecy, nor even of his own magical heritage Embittered by tragedy, he refuses the sacred lir bonding, becoming anathema in the eyes of his Cheysuli kin But willing participant or not, Kellin provides a very real threat to the Ihlini the ancient enemies of the Cheysuli people for should the prophecy be fulfilled, life as the Ihlini know it will end How can a lirless warrior ever hope to escape the traps of the Ihlini sorcerers And how can the prophecy ever be realized when the man born to become its final champion shuns his destined role

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    2 thoughts on “The Lion Throne

    1. Jennifer Mitchell Roberson O Green is an author of fantasy and historical literature Roberson has lived in Arizona since 1957 She grew up in Phoenix, but in 1999 relocated to Flagstaff She obtained a Bachelor of Science in journalism from Northern Arizona University Roberson had spent her final semester in England at the University of London This enabled her to do indepth research at castles and cathedrals, museums and estates, and to visit historical sites in Scotland and Wales.

    2. Flight of the RavenAidan, son of Brennan and Aileen, heir to the Lion Throne of Homana and the Cheysuli prophecy of his ancestors, is plagued by dreams he doesn't understand and whispers that his grandmother's insanity may be his as well. Guided by an instinct he doesn't understand, he shares none of his dreams or his fears with his parents. Sent to seek a bride from among the kingdoms his kin now rule, he meets with Beings that may be Cheysuli gods and begins a journey that will reveal his dest [...]

    3. I was pretty pleased with the ending. The series has a lot of internal parallels, which is interesting to take note of. The main character of the last book, Kellin, is super emo-angsty, but matures and ends up being a likeable sort by the end. The conflict with the Ihlini wraps up nicely, and it's satisfying conclusion to the prophecy introduced in the first book.

    4. The last two volumes of an 8-volume series about a race of shapechangers and their magical animals, a divine prophecy, and a throne.

    5. I really liked how these two stories summed up the entire saga. It was a fabulous read. I can't wait to read them again. This group of books are definitely on my reread list.

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