3/27/2007 06:21:00 PM / Posted by Kris /

Warsworn (The Chronicles of the Warlands, Book 2)
Warsworn (Chronicles of the Warlands Book 2) by Elizabeth Vaughan

This was a good second book in a trilogy. (The first book is Warprize and that one is very good.) It is the hardest place to be in a series. It wasn't a fantabulous book, but it moved along and was interesting. It was a decent middle of the trilogy book. I cannot wait to read the third book though, Warlord.

Lara is the Warprize. A powerful healer, she has sworn an oath of loyalty to Keir the Warlord, and his people. Now the Warlord and his chosen mate face enemies within the tribe and danger lurks on every hand as they journey toward Keir's homeland. When they reach a village marked with the warnings of the plague, Keir forbids Lara to heal the sick, commanding that she not risk her own life. But both Lara and Kier are strong of will and neither will bend easily, even for love; and when Lara disobeys, she pays the price: both she and Kier are plague-struck.... and so is their entire encampment.In the midst of the dying, Iften, a rival warrior, gathers his followers and challenges Keir for the right to rule their tribe. If Keir, weakened by the sickness, loses -- he dies. And so does Lara.To save her love, her life, and her adopted people, Lara must find a cure for the plague -- and fully embrace her sworn role as Warprize to her Warlord.



Comment by LesleyW on 3/30/2007 5:01 AM

This is probably my least favourite of the three books. But like you said the middle book can be difficult. Some of it is really sad.

I re-read it again recently as I'd bought Warlord, and I liked it much more on a second read through. Possibly because I knew I had the third book to read straight away. :)

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