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Mercedes Lackey
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The Black Swan
DAW (hardcover, 400 pages, $24.95/$34.95 Can)
Publication date: May, 1999

From the author of Werehunter and The Mage Storms comes a retelling of the classic ballet "Swan Lake," told from the viewpoint of the wronged daughter of an evil magician. "A young prince spends his youth with his nose in a book and communing with nature. On one of his walks, he spies a flock of swans, and is amazed to see them transform into maidens as the sun sets. He returns every night, eventually falling in love with one of the stricken maidens. And so begins the legendary fable of magic, shapeshifting, and the power of love beyond appearances."
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Art: Jody A. Lee
Owlsight (Owlflight, Book Two)
& Larry Dixon
DAW (hardcover, 389 pages, $24.95 US/$34.99 Can)
Publication date: October 1, 1998

The middle novel in the trilogy continues the tale of Darien and the Hawkbrothers, revealing more about the mysterious allied peoples such as King Stagg Tyrsell -- and exploring more of the mystery of the barbarian Bear clan that attacked the now prosperous Errold's Grove. "Darian has been living in the temporary encampment of the Tayledras Hawkpeople for nearly four years, working as a liaison between them and the survivors of his own ravaged village. But as he is about to return with the Tayledras back to their home Vale to continue his magician's apprenticeship, Darian suddenly learns that his parents, missing for five years, are alive-trapped inside the borders of the treacherous Eastern Empire."
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Art: Jody A. Lee
Owlflight (Owlflight, Book One)
& Larry Dixon
DAW (reprint, paperback, 342 pages, $6.99 US/$8.99 Can)
Publication date: October, 1998 (First Printing: October 1997)

The husband and wife team who've produced a number of fantasy series -- including the Mage Wars trilogy (The Black Gryphon, The White Gryphon, and The Silver Gryphon) and the Serrated Edge novels -- launch another, this one set in the magical realm of Valdemar, the familiar stage of more than twenty of Mercedes Lackey's prior novels (including, most recently, Storm Breaking and Storm Rising.) Chronologically this coming-of-age tale follows the events of Storm Breaking, but is apparently unconnected. "Though apprenticed to a legendary wizard, the young orphan Darian remains difficult and strong-willed. But a sudden twist of fate changes his life forever. The sacking of his village forces him to flee into the great forest, where the mysterious Hawk People lead him on the path to maturity."
The Free Bards
Baen trade paper
It's never easy to save a king. Collects the previously published The Lark and the Wren, The Robin and the Kestrel, and The Eagle and the Nightingales.
The Silver Gryphon
& Larry Dixon
DAW paperback
The third in the Mage Wars series. Tadrith and Silverblade face a nameless terror when they undertake their first mission for the Silver Gryphons.
(Cover art from hard cover edition.)
Sword of Ice and Other Tales of Valdemar
editor
DAW paperback
Latest from the energetic Lackey, this one a collection of fantasy tales set in the world of Valdemar.
 
Storm Breaking
SFBC
Book three of the Mage Storms trilogy, it follows Storm Rising.
[Cover] Firebird
Tor hard cover
A coming-of-age story and a retelling of a Russian fairy tale set in medieval Russia before unification under the Tzars.
[Cover] Storm Rising
DAW paperback
It's volume two of the Mage Storms Trilogy.
[Cover] The White Gryphon
and Larry Dixon
DAW paperback
This is volume two of the Mage Wars series and sequel to the Black Gryphon. (Different, of course, from the Mage Winds or the Mage Storms.)
[Cover] Bardic Voices III: The Eagle and the Nightingales
Baen paperback
The third volume in the Bardic Voices series - not Bardic Choices or The Bard's Tales. Originality in fantasy--a guess it's a moot point.
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