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Saturday, March 19, 2011

LE Modesitt Jr's Lady-Protector: The Eighth Book of the Corean Chronicles out for Kindle

If you're an LE Modesitt, Jr. fan, you may not mind the steep Kindle price tag on Lady-Protector: The Eighth Book of the Corean Chronicles. At $14.99, it's an expensive ebook, but it is a couple dollars cheaper than the hardback, which just came out March 15th.

Here's the story blurb:

A new novel of Mykella, the young woman introduced in The Lord-Protector’s Daughter. Though a bloody coup has made Mykella ruler of her land, it has left her and her two sisters bereft of family and uncertain of their friends. Worse, an examination of the nation’s accounts reveals that their country is almost destitute. Plus, there are rumblings of war along the borders. With no money and few allies, Mykella is faced with the difficult prospect of rebuilding her nation while trying to hold off a potentially devastating invasion.

Fortunately for Mykella, an old magic has awakened in her; a power that gives her the ability to read the emotions of others and to spy on the movements of her enemies. But the resurgence of this power might herald the return of an ancient enemy, one that Mykella isn’t sure how to face.

L.E. Modesitt, Jr. returns to the world of The Corean Chronicles with a novel filled with politics, adventure, magic, and romance.



  1. That is a pricey ebook. Although not as pricey as those others you once posted.

  2. The ones on nuclear power plant design? Yes, you have to fork over big money for that kind of ebook. :D