Hidden Warrior

Hidden Warrior by Lynn Flevelling

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A trick of magic, a twist of fate.

As the orphaned nephew of the king, trusted companion to his cousin, and second heir to the throne of Skala, Prince Tobin’s future is clear. But not as clear as the spring in which a hill witch shows him his true face—and his secret destiny...

Now Tobin carries a burden he cannot share with even his closest friend, Ki, his squire. He is to rule—not as he is but as he was born: a woman. Given the shape of a boy by dark magic, Tobin is the last hope of the people of Illior--those who desperately seek a return to the old ways, when Skala was ruled by a line of warrior queens. They still believe that only a woman can lift the war, famine, and pestilence that have run rampant through the land since the king usurped his half sister’s throne. It is these outlaw wizards and witches who protect Tobin--and it is for them that Tobin must accept his fate.

With the unsuspecting yet fiercely loyal Ki at his side, Tobin must turn traitor against the only blood ties he has left. He must lift the masks of Skala’s rulers to show their true colors—before he can reveal the power of the woman within himself.

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Lynn Flevelling

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Country: USA Born: 1958-10-20 Lynn Flevelling , née Beaulieu, was born on October 20, 1958 in Presque Isle, northern Maine. At the University of Maine, where Lynn studied English Literature and History, she earned her BA and Teaching Diploma. She then studied Veterinary Medicine at the University of Oregon, Journalism and Classical Art at Georgetown University. Lynn is currently working on her doctoral dissertation in archeology. She lived on both coasts of the United States, traveled to Europe. She managed to work as a teacher, agricultural worker, office worker, painter, assistant veterinarian-pathologist, traded jewelry, was a freelance editor and freelance journalist. “I started my professional writing career as a lyricist in Alexandria, VA, in 1984, writing for brochures, advertisements and promotional publications. My first assignment was a brochure for the Assets Protection Team, a kind of strikebreaking job. We returned to Maine in 1987 and I started freelance work,...

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Country: USA Born: 1958-10-20 Lynn Flevelling , née Beaulieu, was born on October 20, 1958 in Presque Isle, northern Maine. At the University of Maine, where Lynn studied English Literature and History, she earned her BA and Teaching Diploma. She then studied Veterinary Medicine at the University of Oregon, Journalism and Classical Art at Georgetown University. Lynn is currently working on her doctoral dissertation in archeology. She lived on both coasts of the United States, traveled to Europe. She managed to work as a teacher, agricultural worker, office worker, painter, assistant veterinarian-pathologist, traded jewelry, was a freelance editor and freelance journalist. “I started my professional writing career as a lyricist in Alexandria, VA, in 1984, writing for brochures, advertisements and promotional publications. My first assignment was a brochure for the Assets Protection Team, a kind of strikebreaking job. We returned to Maine in 1987 and I started freelance work, among other things, for Bangor Daily News (Maine`s Biggest Daily Newspaper!) And Maine In Print, which gave me the opportunity to interview some great people. " “My first published story, Letter to Alexi, was a parody of vampire erotica. He appeared in Prisoners of the Night Magazine in 1995. His text is currently available online at the Mind`s Eye Fiction website. " Among her favorite authors and influential authors, Lynn Flevelling names Tom Stoppard, Mary Reno, Umberto Eco, Stephen King, Peter Straub, Ray Bradbury and Anne Rice. From time to time she teaches writing seminars. In 1981, she married Douglas Flevelling, whom she fell in love with while still in school. They now have two adult sons. Lynn Flevelling currently lives with her family in East Aurora, in Northwest New York. In the early 80s in college, Fleveling was fond of role-playing games, played and was a master in AD&D, it was from the characters of the game that the idea of ​​the main character of the first books - Seregil was born. The books "Revenge of the Dark God" and "Crouching Darkness" constitute a dilogy, or rather, one book, split into two volumes at the request of the publishers. "Moon of the Betrayer" is a separate book, although its action takes place in the same world and the same characters act in it. "Revenge of the Dark God" in 1996 was nominated for the Compton Crook / Stephen Tall Award. At the moment, another novel from this cycle, "Shadows Return", has been released, but not published in Russian. In 2010, a new novel about the adventures of Alec and Seregil will be released - "The White Road". The book "The Ragdoll Twin", which takes place in the world of "Night Wanderers" 400 years earlier, is the first book of a new trilogy and begins the "Tamir Triad" cycle, which now also includes the novel "Hidden Warrior", which was nominated for a Spectrum Award in 2004. The third part - "The Return of the Queen" ("Oracle`s Queen"), was released in 2006. Flevelling says, "From the beginning, my intention was to take standard fantasy shapes and cut them, break and stretch, create stereotypes and overcome them." The main character of the cycle, Seregil, reflects the features of one of Flevelling`s favorite heroes, Sherlock Holmes. This is noticeable both in the situations arising in hidden quotations from the adventures of the great detective, and in the techniques borrowed from his arsenal. Flevelling`s works have been translated into more than twelve languages. Official website: sff.net/people/Lynn.Flewelling