The White Order

The White Order

J. r. ,. L. E. Modesitt

Book 8.0 of Saga of Recluce

Language: English

Publisher: Tor Books

Published: Apr 28, 1998

Words: 148945
Pages: 647

Description:

L.E. Modesitt's bestselling fantasy novels set in the world of Recluce are among the most popular in contemporary fantasy. Rich in detail, Modesitt's Recluce books are a feast of wonderous marvels. *Booklist *notes, "Modesitt's elaborate and intelligent working out of a system of magic and a system of technology parallel to it is becoming more the lifeblood of the Recluce books with every new volume. . . his saga continues to gain in popularity." *The White Order* is the story of Cerryl, a boy orphaned when the powerful white mages killed his father to protect their control of the world's magic. Cerryl, raised by his aunt and uncle, is a curious boy, attracted to mirrors and books, though he is unable to read. When he is old enough, Cerryl is apprenticed to the local miller. The miller's daughter teaches Cerryl to read his father's books, and it seems that the talent for magic has been passed from father to son. When Cerryl witnesses a white mage destroy a renegade magician, the miller realizes the boy will not be safe there, so Cerryl must be sent to the city of Fairhaven to find his destiny. Thus Modesitt takes one of the most enduring and mythic themes in fantasy and makes it his own. *The White Order* is a powerful new addition to the Recluce saga, guaranteed to add many new readers to Modesitt's devoted following. *The White Order* is the eighth book in the saga of Recluce.