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By Jane Lindskold | Comments: ( 478 ) | Date: ( Oct 23, 2019 )

Originally published under the title Legends Walking, here is the sequel to Lindskold s award winning novel Changer.A few months have gone by since the events in Changer and times they are a changing.Arthur is forced to cope without either of his strong right hands Eddie has taken off for Africa with his good friend Anson A Kridd Vera is experimenting with life as a merOriginally published under the title Legends Walking, here is the sequel to Lindskold s award winning novel Changer.A few months have gone by since the events in Changer and times they are a changing.Arthur is forced to cope without either of his strong right hands Eddie has taken off for Africa with his good friend Anson A Kridd Vera is experimenting with life as a mermaid in uncharted ocean realms.Shahrazad the coyote pup now confirmed as athanor, although her ultimate potential remains unknown is taken by her father, the Changer, to Frank MacDonald s Other Three Quarters ranch To her father s dismay, she shows no sign of acquiring the caution she needs if she is to survive.Meanwhile, aware that Arthur s firm control of the Accord has been weakened, various forces seek to take advantage Some like Lilith, Tommy Thunderburst and the satyrs merely wish to assert the right to mingle with humanity, but others have far ambitious and sinister motives.In Nigeria, someone representing himself as Shopona, God of Smallpox, has released his scourge into the city of Monamona Confronting him is a woman who says she is Oya, an ancient and powerful goddess Is Oya athanor or something else entirely Certainly she is playing fast and loose with the secret that is the heart of Arthur s Accord and is not to be entirely trusted.And what of the wind that encases Monamona in a protective grasp that is also a prison In the end, even the Changer must take sides leaving Shahrazad, his wildly unpredictable daughter, to find her strengths without his ancient wisdom to guide her.Extras This edition includes both a new introduction by the author and the complete text of Witches broom, Apple Soon, an Athanor short story originally published in the anthology Faerie Tales.


  • Title: Changer's Daughter
  • Author: Jane Lindskold
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Jane Lindskold

Jane Lindskold is the author of than twenty published novels, including the six volume Firekeeper Saga beginning with Through Wolf s Eyes , Child of a Rainless Year a contemporary fantasy set in Las Vegas, New Mexico , and The Buried Pyramid an archeological adventure fantasy set in 1880 s Egypt.Lindskold is also the author of the Breaking the Wall series, which begins with Thirteen Orphans, then continues in Nine Gates and Five Odd Honors Her most recent series begins with Artemis Awakening, released in May of 2014 Lindskold has also had published over sixty short stories and numerous works of non fiction, including a critical biography of Roger Zelazny, and articles on Yeats and Synge She has collaborated with several other SF F writers, including Roger Zelazny, for whom, at his request, she posthumously finished his novels Donnerjack and Lord Demon She has also collaborated with David Weber, writing several novellas and two YA novels set in his popular Honorverse She wrote the short story Servant of Death with Fred Saberhagen.Charles de Lint, reviewing Changer, praised Lindskold s ability to tell a fast paced, contemporary story that still carries the weight and style of old mythological story cycles 1 Terri Windling called Brother to Dragons, Companion to Owls a complex, utterly original work of speculative fiction DeLint has also stated that Jane Lindskold is one of those hidden treasures of American letters a true gem of a writer who simply gets better with each book Lindskold was born in 1962 at the Columbia Hospital for Women, the first of four siblings and grew up in Washington, D.C and Chesapeake Bay Lindskold s father was head of the Land and Natural Resources Division, Western Division of the United States Justice Department and her mother was also an attorney She studied at Fordham, where she received a Ph D in English, concentrating on Medieval, Renaissance, and Modern British Literature she successfully defended her Ph.D on her 26th birthday.Lindskold lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with her husband, archaeologist Jim Moore.



Comments Changer's Daughter

  • Gilbert Stack

    Legends Walking is the sequel to Jane Lindskold's novel, Changer. It is sometimes found under the title, Changer's Daughter. In this book, we return to the earth of the Athanor, long-lived magical beings who have populated humanity's legends and still influence the world around us. While this book builds on the events of Changer, it is much broader in scope and it is in that breadth that it achieves its greatness--especially in the part of the novel that takes place in Africa. Lindskold world is [...]


  • Lisa Murray

    I wasn't sure what to think of this motley crew of characters, the mythic changer and his two daughters--the coyote and the sorceress; Athena; King Arthur and Merlin; Anasazi. While I'm not well versed with the Sumerian myths, I enjoyed the way Lindskold shifted the coyote daughter from a creature of instinct to a creature of thinking band reasoning over the course of the two books. And the African drama that unfolded was a little raw but not completely outside the realm of the believable (excep [...]


  • Janice

    I read Changer, the first book in this series, ages ago and really enjoyed it. I've been looking for the seque; ever since and finally found it (under a different name) on the clearence rack at a local comic shop. The background is a wonderful mix of all the world's mythos and why the archetypes seem to show up over and over. And the story is quite good too. There's actually two stories going on, but they're held together well. Highly recommended.


  • Tabatha

    Thanks for letting me read this book! I agree that the Athanor were more accessible in this one than they were in Changer. I liked Changer but after a while it just seemed like a who's who of all interesting characters in history. This one developed the characters more. I'd like to see more. I'd like to see what happens to Shahrazad and Aduke. And elementals.


  • Sonia

    This is an excellent sequel to the Changer novel that preceded it. The characters were very engaging and I miss them now that I've finished the book. Best treatment of 'immortals' I've ever read.


  • Dveith

    That's more like it! I enjoyed this second installment much more than the first and I am looking forward to the third!


  • Susan

    latest re-read 6/9/2011


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