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Vorn, the Onyx: Book 2 in the Aglaril Cycle


Book cover of Vorn the Onyx

Evan Pierce, a priest of St. Michael, is on his way home to Wrightwood. He is traveling with several others who helped secure the first Aglari, an ancient and powerful elven gem.


As they approach the town of Martingis, they hear a scream. Rushing to see what the trouble is they find a local witch is attempting to abduct a young girl. Evan intervenes and the witch flees.

Upon questioning the girl, Amanda, Evan learns that she is an orphan and that the witch has been abducting orphans for a month. Four girls are already missing.

They continue into town taking Amanda with them. After they settle in, Evan talks to the town manager, who tells Evan that the witch has been terrorizing the town for months. He charges Evan to to rescue the orphans and break the witch’s hold on the town.

But events take a turn for the worse when the witch murders a young orphan boy and finally abducts Amanda. Can Evan and his companions thwart the witch's evil scheme or is the town doomed to face whatever nefarious plan she has concocted?

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DJ Smith says...
I read the first book in this series some time ago, and was able to pick up the story in this volume very easily. I really enjoyed the mystery aspects in Vorn the Oynx and the surprise twist. Just when you've sorted out one mystery, a whole new problem presents itself. As with the first book, I find that the writing really transports you to the author's fantasy, adventure world - and it's great to spend your day there side-by-side with the characters.
1st December 2016 8:45am
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Angela Stroud says...
My Review: I originally read the first book in this series last year after meeting Rich Feitelberg at a Rhode Island Author event, and I thoroughly enjoy the book and was anxious to read this book. I have finally found some time to read it and was not disappointed at all! It is still a great fantasy with an interesting cast of characters and the classic quest feel that I love. While the paperback version of this book is over 500 pages and quite intimidating on the shelf, it is an easy read that ... Read More
23rd April 2016 8:40am
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Anonymous says...
This is a continuation of the story started in Aure, the Topaz. This time the story while still moving fast, develops all of the main characters and throws in a few twists and turns. Overall, a great next chapter in the story.
28th March 2016 8:22am
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