|Blood Trillium (1992) [Novel]|
by Julian May
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(From the publisher):
Haramis, Anigel and Kadiya—three princesses bestowed with the awesome magic of Trillium talismans from the archimage Binah. Their duty is to maintain the balance of the world. Together they can meet the challenge of any foe, as they did in Black Trillium when the great Orogastus was defeated, but divided they are weaker, so much weaker...
It is now twelve years since the events recounted in Black Trillium. Haramis has devoted herself to the study of magic and science; Anigel and her loyal husband, King Atar, govern their provences with affection, seeking always to teach and to see the bright side of life; Kadiya has not changed—she's still impetuous, wild...and careless. There are problems but the world seems peaceful enough.
Then it all changes. Kadiya loses her talisman in the deep waters off the Windlorn Isles and Anigel's husband and children are kidnapped by a mysterious sorcerer who goes by the name of Portolanus. The ransom for their return? Anigel's talisman.
The world is losing balance. Storms rage, wars loom. And Portolanus is smiling.
Original title: Blood Trillium
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Secondary Worlds