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Name of a Shadow By Ann Maxwell Elizabeth Lowell,

  • Title: Name of a Shadow
  • Author: Ann Maxwell Elizabeth Lowell
  • ISBN: 9780380753901
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • PLANET WITH NO TOMORROWSIts landscapes are washed by waterfalls of prismatic colors its lush plains covered with turquoise aphrodisiac flowers But soon there will be no flowers, no lovers, no tomorrows The planet Malia has violated the Sole Restraint of Concorde, the space federation, by waging undeclared war on its former colony world, Vintra Now Malia faces a swift aPLANET WITH NO TOMORROWSIts landscapes are washed by waterfalls of prismatic colors its lush plains covered with turquoise aphrodisiac flowers But soon there will be no flowers, no lovers, no tomorrows The planet Malia has violated the Sole Restraint of Concorde, the space federation, by waging undeclared war on its former colony world, Vintra Now Malia faces a swift and terrible fate world consuming molecular fire As time ticks toward extinction for all Malians, Kayle, the mind link, and Ryth, the pattern master, race to discover why a people would knowingly commit an act of self destruction Their only hope is a beautiful, unwilling accomplice, Faen, the last of an ancient aristocracy She alone knows the secret of the sarsa, the musical instrument that can summon the undying wisdom of the shadows She alone can call its name.
    Name of a Shadow PLANET WITH NO TOMORROWSIts landscapes are washed by waterfalls of prismatic colors its lush plains covered with turquoise aphrodisiac flowers But soon there will be no flowers no lovers no tomorrow

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    1. I read this book back in 7th or 8th grade, I found it in the classroom, on Mr Norton s back table with all the other paperbacks you could borrow it s a sci fi fantasy, these guys end up in a planet that is incredibly lush with color, fragrance, sounds basically all the senses are erotically lavished the natives are so sensitive, they can see and have words for colors regular people cannot see Color is used as language, and different color rooms and houses mean things Orange was bad There was som [...]

    2. I ve read 5 books by Ann Maxwell This is the fourth in a row to feature impending planetary destruction I subtracted a star for this.

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