The Price of Magic: Talli Archer

The Price of Magic - NewThe Price of Magic is just a week away, so we’re looking at the many characters in the book. Most have appeared in previous books. I’m not going to tell you what happens to them in The Price of Magic, but if you haven’t read the earlier Senta books, Spoiler Alert.

Talli Archer first appeared in The Sorceress and her Lovers.  She was a perpetual shadow to Sherree Glieberman, both of them coming from very religious Kafirite families.  By The Price of Magic, Talli has apparently grown into her nose a bit, and is a bit prettier than she was a few years ago.  She might not be so much  Sherree’s shadow anymore, probably because of Sherree’s romantic interests.

 

New powers are rising in Birmisia. Far to the south, the strange lizardmen of Xiatooq are making themselves known. Closer to home, the new lizzie city Yessonarah finds itself rich in gold—gold the humans covet. As tensions rise, many in Port Dechantagne seem eager to teach the lizzies a lesson in humility. Fourteen year old Iolana Staff finds herself in the center of it all, as she is pulled between her conscience and the conventions of society. Unconcerned with the conflict between human and lizzie, sorceress Senta Bly prepares for her own war, unaware that events will pull her into a life and death confrontation with an old enemy.

The Price of Magic is the latest in a series that chronicles a world of steam power and rifles, where magic has not yet been forgotten. A new colony in a distant lost world has grown from a tiny outpost to a center of civilization in a vast wilderness. The Price of Magic continues a story of adventure and magic, religion and prejudice, steam engines and dinosaurs, angels and lizardmen, machine guns and wizards, sorceresses, bustles and corsets, steam-powered computers, hot air balloons, and dragons. It is available now for preorder wherever fine ebooks are sold.

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