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by Kevin Andrew Murphy,Jo Clayton

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  • ISBN 0812551249
  • ISBN13 978-0812551242
  • Language English
  • Author Kevin Andrew Murphy,Jo Clayton
  • Publisher Tor Fantasy (February 1, 2004)
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  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1314 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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The Drums of Chaos thunder to a shattering crescendo. . . .The two worlds of Glandair and Iomard move magically together once every generation, allowing those with special powers to Walk between the worlds. This is a dangerous time when the worlds can be destroyed . . . or renewed.On Iomard, Cymel's father has been murdered by the images, and she has been trapped in the body of a white bird. Her other-world companion, Breith, has crossed from Glandair to rescue her. Lyanz, the only one who can save his world from the coming chaos, is sequestered far away. But if he is to be of any use in the upcoming conflict, he must leave his safe haven behind.Bestselling author Jo Clayton died before she could complete her masterwork, the Drums of Chaos series. Her friend and protégé, Kevin Andrew Murphy, a successful author himself, has worked closely with the outline and early chapters she completed. The result is a satisfying conclusion to this irresistible tale.

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Jo Clayton (February 15, 1939–February 13, 1998)was an American fantasy and science fiction author. During her stay in the hospital she continued writing, completing a full novel and half of the last book in a trilogy

Jo Clayton (February 15, 1939–February 13, 1998)was an American fantasy and science fiction author. She was born in Modesto, California, and she was raised in the area along with two sisters by her farmsteading parents. Their parents arranged for all three children to attend college, and Jo graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Southern California in 1963. During her stay in the hospital she continued writing, completing a full novel and half of the last book in a trilogy. She was survived by her mother Bessie Clayton, and her sisters Penn Brumm and Pamela Larsen.

The Drums of Chaos thunder to a shattering crescendo. The two worlds of Glandair and Iomard move magically together once every generation, allowing those with special powers to Walk between the worlds. This is a dangerous time when the worlds can be destroyed. On Iomard, Cymel's father has been murdered by the images, and she has been trapped in the body of a white bird.

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Kage
I imagine it must be very hard to pick up someone else's work midpoint and try to bring it to the conclusion they intended. Kevin Andrew Murphy certainly gives it a good try here, and I'm not at all sorry I finished the book (which I had been eagerly awaiting for years. There is no huge let down here, no great frustrations. But while there are hints of Jo Clayton's voice here, and I enjoyed visiting with her characters again...this is a pale continuation of the series...the depth is, sadly, missing...and I suppose, in a very real way, that is the most fitting tribute to Ms. Clayton possible...her work was finished, but her spirit is clearly absent.
from earth
Drum Into Silence (2002) is the third novel in the Drums of Chaos series, following Drum Calls. In the previous novel, the three Mages attack Ellar in the Vale of Caeffordian and Cymel yields wholly to the Flow, blowing away the Mages and becoming the White bird. She takes Lyanz, Amhar, Talgryf, and the bodies of her father and Elizeth to her home. At Ellar's Tower, she finds Breith and tries to return to her own self, but can't. Terrified, she flies away.

In this novel, Breith calls to Cymel, but she starts to fly away. He grabs at her, but only clutches some long black hairs and a leather clasp, a tie that Cymel used to hold back her hair. Breith hauls the bodies, both dead and alive, into the entryway of the Tower. He wraps the dead in sheets and carries them into the cellar. Then he carries the sleepers upstairs to the dusty, cobwebby beds and quickly falls asleep in his own bed.

The next morning, Breith finally gets to wash off the ash, sweat, blood, and stench and drink a cup of tea. He decides to leave Talgryf with the responsibility for Lyanz and Amhar so he can pursue Cymel to turn her back into a human. Breith slips away under a flimsy shield of no-see and, days later, Talgryf manages to get the Hero and his lover off the mattress and onto the road. In the shrine of Marath Alaesh, Brother Kyo drops an icon of the god and chases it around the altar, only to realize that it has become an incarnation of the god Himself; he is signaled to seek out and help his brother. In Valla Murdoch, Faobran sends Yasayl, Malart and a group of scribes out to sea. Rinchay Matan watches her god, Kamkajar, shrivel and fade away and she dedicates her life to finding and punishing the liar who has destroyed her tribe.

Deep beneath the temple of Dyf Tanew in Tyst, Oerfel, the hidden Mage of Neddys, makes it back to his hexagram and resolves to destroy Cyfareth University. Mahara lays siege to Kar Markaz. Hudoleth renews her youth and returns to the palace to manipulate the Emperor.

This novel is the conclusion to the series, which was interrupted by the author's demise. The posthumous collaboration with Kevin Andrew Murphy has been very true to the previous volumes.

Highly recommended to Clayton fans and anyone else who enjoys complex tales of wizardry and war.

-Arthur W. Jordin