Thursday, April 10, 2008

Tairen Soul...the best series I've read.

C.L. Wilson's

Tairen Soul Series

C.L. Wilson is BRILLIANT!

These books were originally one very long book that were published as two. Lord of the Fading Lands is Wilson's first published novel and she spins a tale so engrossing and intricate that you soon lose yourself in a world full of magic, both light and dark, honor, betrayal, and truemates Rain and Elly. Lady of Light and Shadows is the continuation of their intriguing story.

Rainier vel’En Daris (Rain Tairen Soul) is the Fey King who is called from the sky while in his Tairen form (a large panther-like creature with wings who can breath fire) by Ellysetta Baristani, a mere woodcarver's daughter with a secret past that may destroy both their worlds.

Wilson has now moved to the top of my favorite author's list. Her next book in the series, King of Sword and Sky, will be out in October 2008 (I am definitely pre-ordering) and Queen of Song and Souls will be released in early 2009.

I was reminded of Lord of the Rings while reading these books. It's the closest thing I can give you to describe the world that she has created. I would be willing to bet that these books will be made into a movie/movies. They are FABULOUS!

Check out C.L. Wilson's site, the link is on the right of my page.

Look out JK Rowling, CL Wilson is ready to join your ranks!


Katie said...

I've been looking at these. I'll have to pick them up now :)

TerriRainer said...

I'll definitely watch for your review of them...they are a great read, and I think you'll really enjoy them!

Marisa said...

I will definitely pick these up, I've been looking for some good fantasy fiction.

C.L. Wilson said...

Thank you so much, Terri. I'm thrilled you enjoyed them so well :)

aka C.L. Wilson

Mary Duncan said...

Thanks for your review, Terri! Always looking for a good read.


Skeeter said...

Me too! Well, I liked the premise of the stories and thought it was a good idea to have a read. It's not like I'm jumping on the bandwagon for no good reason now, is it?

Sullom Voe said...

I'm partial to a little bit of Marion Zimmer Bradley now and again. And a whole lot of Stephen Donaldson.

Not exactly pertinent to the conversation, but, hey, that's me in a nutshell!