Set after the events of The Magic Engineer (and prior to The Magic of Recluce), The Order War illuminates great figures and major events in the historic war between order and chaos that is the central focus of the saga of Recluce.
The deadly White Wizards of Fairhaven, wielding the forces of chaos, have completed their great highway through the Westhorns and now threatened the ancient matriarchy of Sarronnyn, the last bastion of order in Candar. The ruler of Sarronnyn appeals to the Black order wizards of Recluce for help.
Justen - a young Black Engineer in the city of Nylan - joins the relief force. Despite their success in destroying more than half the White armies, Sarronnyn falls to the White Wizards, and Justen is chased into the most inhospitable desert in Candar. These trials are but the beginning, for the White Wizards have all Candar in their grasp. Justen must fight both Recluce and Fairhaven, as well as the highest powers of order and the forbidden technology to harness chaos itself in his efforts to halt the conquest of the chaos wizards.
"Modesitt creates a deeper and more intricate world with each volume." (Publishers Weekly)
We've sent an email with your order details. Order ID #:
To access this title, visit your library in the app or on the desktop website.
If you liked the previous books you'll like this.
- Cliff "I like scifi and urban fantasy. I don't like romance novels. If you are the same my reviews should help."
Note to the Producer: KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE!!!
Nothing--I loved reading the book and the series. I found listening to the series up to this point an annoying experience.
This actor is great at reading but should keep to that. He is great at producing some pretty annoying sound effects.
I am a 51 year old physician. Most people who listen to audio books are not those who enjoy listening to sound effects aimed at 8 to 10 year old children. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE. I can imagine what a horse sounds like (though the ones in this book sound more like a braying jackass), I've heard an explosion. I have never heard chaos moving--but I too can burp. I am surprised the producer didn't have Mr. Heyborne attempt to reproduce the midnight sounds of coitus after a long day in the wood shop.
I keep thinking this great science fiction / fantasy series would cease this onslaught of infantile idiocy after all of the negative remarks and reviews the sound effects have received. Apparently they have fallen upon deaf ears (listening to too many of the same sound effects I have perhaps?). If enough of us ask for our money back and cite this as the reason why, perhaps the producer will get the message.
- Amazon Customer