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Summary Havenstar

He’s way out of her depth with no idea that the magic map she’s inherited might make a difference to the worl Very difficult and slow starting outbut keep at it because it all comes together and makes sense

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All Keris Kaylen ever wanted was to be a mapmaker like her father Instead she finds herself on the run into the r Clever clever stuff Glenda Larke has created a fascinating world for her novel which we uncover slowly and steadily as the story progresses No boring info dumps and only occasional passages describing the past events which led to the current situation The characters are all nicely fleshed out including the secondary ones The story flows well and ends in a good way for nearly everyone I am very glad I read it and will now look out for of her books


About the Author: Glenda Larke

Glenda was born in Western Australia the daughter of a farmer She was educated at government state schools and the University of Western Australia where she obtained a degree in history and a diploma in education Married to a Malaysian scientist she has grown up children and now lives in Malaysia where she is actively involved in rainforest conservation Author of The Isles of Glory trilogy.



10 thoughts on “Havenstar

  1. says:

    This is the book that started it all My mum picked up for 99p at some sea side tourist store thinking it was some love in the dust romance Upon realizing it wasn't she handed it to me when I was just a kid not even a teenager yet I shared it with my friends and my original copy disappeared for years because I lent to to someone who

  2. says:

    At first I wasn't sure what the names of things were but as the story unfolded these were explained it became even interestingI found this book really hard to put down when I did it still stayed in my mind I couldn't wait to see what happened next because I haven't come across anything uite like this before I couldn't even guess what I might be experiencing next because it was all so new I also loved all of t

  3. says:

    Clever clever stuff Glenda Larke has created a fascinating world for her novel which we uncover slowly and steadily as the story progresses No boring info dumps' and only occasional passages describing the past e

  4. says:

    CW view spoiler sexism ableism homophobia all presented as negative things but wow were they prevalent violence

  5. says:

    Sigh Another book with delusions of grandeur A romance story that fancied itself as an epic fantasy Had great concept but poor delivery World had so muh potential but it was glossed over Where detail was appropriate there w

  6. says:

    One of my favourite books It never gets old this tale about friendship love courage believes and humanity I fina

  7. says:

    This was the author’s first published work but shortly after its appearance in 1999 the publisher sank and the book with

  8. says:

    Very difficult and slow starting outbut keep at it because it all comes together and makes sense

  9. says:

    Havenstar has a history a bit of a sad one It was Glenda Larke’s writing as Glenda Noramly first novel released in 1999 under the then Virgin books SF imprintIt raced up the chartsgetting to 81 on the general list only to be orphaned and out of print as the publisher implodedThankfully Glenda was made of ste

  10. says:

    Pretty decent read and I guess I'd round this up to 35 overall stars The world building was complex and intricate and I struggled to follow all the rules but the author did a fab job of not info dumping and letting the story naturally progress so that you learned as things happened The plot was fast paced and

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