Healer's Sword (Part Seven of the Okal Rel Saga)
Change has come at last to the Sevolite empire
The conservative Demish of Lion House want it stopped — now!
Ilse Marin is a middle-class leader of a merchant house who gets embroiled in the business of her betters to help pay the bills, and winds up falling for the most dangerous man in the empire - Horth Nersal. Horth’s bright idea about using commoners to deal with Reetions under Sword Law winds up in a stand off in space, fleet to fleet with Lion House. Back on Gelion, Erien’s new academy breaks out in plague.
Amel, meanwhile, must win his way back into the parlors and reception halls of the Silver Demish if he wants to have an influence politically, and to do that he has to overcome his reputation as the Courtesan Prince - via poetry.
About Lynda Williams
Lynda Williams is the author of the Okal Rel Saga published by Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing. Lynda holds three post secondary degrees. Healer’s Sword is book seven in the 10 book Okal Rel Saga. [MORE]
Praise for Lynda William's Writing:
“The Okal Rel Saga is culturally complex and politically tangled, an epic tale of clashing civilizations and world views.” — Dru Pagliassotti, The Harrow
“Plenty of action with great world building and well-written characters. — Pam Allan, ConNotations Magazine
“It must be said that the richness and vibrancy of the entire universe Williams has created is so intricate and well-planned that sometimes, it takes a couple of readings to get your head completely around some of the sub-themes and off-screen action. That being said, each time you read one of these books, it’s a different journey, a different experience; almost a different story…” — Nathalie Mallett, author, The Princes of the Golden Cage
“With a great universe, full and life-like characters, spellbinding story line, Lynda Williams’ books are a must read for any person who enjoys a GOOD sci-fi novel.” — Ky Leishner, Amazon.com
“...If readers enjoys fast-moving complicated plots, swordplay, relationships, and a setting involving different worlds and space opera, they should be well satisfied.” — Ronald Hore, CM Magazine
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