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    A high fantasy following a young woman's defiance of her culture as she undertakes a dangerous quest to restore her world's lost magic in Ilana C. Myer's Last Song Before Night.

    Her name was Kimbralin Amaristoth: sister to a cruel brother, daughter of a hateful family. But that name she has forsworn, and now she is simply Lin, a musician and lyricist of uncommon ability in a land where women are forbidden to answer such callings - a fugitive who must conceal her identity or risk imprisonment and even death.

    On the eve of a great festival, Lin learns that an ancient scourge has returned to the land of Eivar, a pandemic both deadly and unnatural. Its resurgence brings with it the memory of an apocalypse that transformed half a continent. Long ago, magic was everywhere, rising from artistic expression - from song, from verse, from stories. But in Eivar, where poets once wove enchantments from their words and harps, the power was lost. Forbidden experiments in blood divination unleashed the plague that is remembered as the Red Death, killing thousands before it was stopped, and Eivar's connection to the Otherworld from which all enchantment flowed, broken.

    The Red Death's return can mean only one thing: someone is spilling innocent blood in order to master dark magic. Now poets who thought only to gain fame for their songs face a challenge much greater: galvanized by Valanir Ocune, greatest Seer of the age, Lin and several others set out to reclaim their legacy and reopen the way to the Otherworld - a quest that will test their deepest desires, imperil their lives, and decide the future.

    ©2015 Ilana C. Myer (P)2015 Macmillan Audio

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    • JT Hernandez
    • 29/01/2016

    Hard to follow

    Partially because the way the author junps around through back flashes, dreams, locations, etc, and partially because the narrator never seems to definitively break between on chunk of prose to the next, it became very difficult for me to figure out who was who, where they were, how they got there, and whether or not it even happened. Good characters and interesting concepts, just really confusing plot.

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    • davidwat
    • 08/12/2019

    Painfully slow.

    Painfully slow. It might be better skimmed as a book. I don’t think I will be reading book 2.

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    • Anna
    • 30/07/2018

    A good read

    There were definitely some things I loved:- the atmosphere, the narrator, the worldbuilding, the interesting main characters. I'm not entirely happy about how things worked out in the end, neither how the story was wrapped up nor how the relationships changed towards the end. A good book, but it won't make my list of favorites.

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    • Bel
    • 14/02/2017

    Interesting idea

    I really liked this book. The world was fascinating, the characters had depth, and the idea fascinated me. However, towards the end, things got confusing. I guess I'll have to relisten to the last few chapters and pay close attention, because I have the nagging feeling that I didn't grasp everything during the first round. There were just too many portals/would-be dreams and changes of perspective to make it easy to follow. Maybe it is clearer if you actually read the book, instead of listening to it.

    The narration was excellent, it left nothing to be desired.