Olesia Polupan Polupan من عند Salihorsk District, روسيا البيضاء
Good, classic John Grisham- suspense, dirty lawyers, all the good stuff
Life in Wales in the year 425 is hard, but for the sixteen years of his life, Corwin has managed to survive through hard work. He never knew his father, and barely remembers his mother. He was raised by Fenwyck, a traveling entertainer who on occasion turned to thievery. But now Fenwyck is dead, killed by the evil King Vortigern, and Corwin himself is a wanted man. Hiding in a cave by the shore, Corwin discovers a beautiful and unique shell. He hopes he can make a fortune selling it, but it is stolen from him by the King's men. Corwin then encounters Nia, a mysterious girl who says she is from the lost city of Atlantis. Nia is determined to get the shell back, because it is the key to her survival, and, as it turns out, Corwin's as well. Can Nia and Corwin outwit King Vortigern in time to save their own lives? I've been eager to read this book ever since I read the first in the Water trilogy, and I was not disappointed. Kara Dalkey is a wonderful author and I can't wait to read the final book in the series, Transformation.