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by Nick Podehl,Mercedes Lackey
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Library edition (May 1, 2009)
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Mercedes Lackey (Author), Nick Podehl (Reader). If you enjoyed the first and second books of the collegium series Foundations and Intrigues you will enjoy this continuation of Mags' journey
Mercedes Lackey (Author), Nick Podehl (Reader). Book 3 of 5 in the Valdemar Series. Mercedes Lackey is the author of the Valdemar series, including Take a Thief and Exile's Honor. She is the coauthor, with Andre Norton, of the Halfblood Chronicles, including Elvenborn. If you enjoyed the first and second books of the collegium series Foundations and Intrigues you will enjoy this continuation of Mags' journey. Settled in to his life at the Collegium, Mags continues to ferrite out the mystery of his origins and the weapon like assassins that have been stalking Haven.
Intrigues: Valdemar: Collegium Chronicles, Book 2. Mercedes Lackey. Lackey is perhaps best known for her long-running series about the fantasy kingdom Valdemar, and this set of five books are her most recent addition to the saga.
Mercedes Lackey (Author), Nick Podehl (Reader). Book 5 of 5 in the Valdemar Series. Changes: Volume Three of the Collegium Chronicles (A Valdemar Novel).
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A series of Valdemar. This series focuses on the founding of the Heralds' Collegium through the eyes of a former mine slave, Mags. A series of Valdemar.
The collegium chronicles.
FOUNDATION The Collegium Chronicles. by Mercedes Lackey Read by Nick Podehl. The Valdemar fantasy series resumes. Past experience with the series is not essential for understanding this new offering but would provide useful background. In FOUNDATION, 13-year-old Mags, who is chosen by Dallen, a Companion, is rescued from the mine where he is a virtual slave. When he begins his schooling at the Collegium, he finds he has a lot of catching up to do. Nick Podehl uses a full-steam-ahead narrative pace.
Mags had been working at the Pieters’s mine, slaving in the dark, cold seams, looking for sparklies, for as long as he could remember. The children who worked the mine were orphans, kids who had been abandoned, who had lost their parents, or were generally unwanted. But Mags was different.
Mags was “Bad Blood,” because his parents were bandits who had been killed in a raid by the Royal Guard. “Bad Blood” because he’d been found in a cradle in the bandits’s camp. Blood so bad that no one had wanted to take him in except Cole Pieters. When he was big enough to see over the sides of the sluices he had gone to work at the mine. Mags knew nothing of the world beyond the mine, and was unaware of how unusual his paltry existence was. Then some strangers on huge white horses forced their way past the Pieters family and carried him away to Haven to become a Herald Trainee.
Suddenly the whole world opened up for him. He was warm and well fed for the first time in his life, and he had Dallen, his Companion, who seemed more miraculous than an angel. But the world of the Collegium was not all heavenly. There was political upheaval in Valdemar’s capital, for the court had been infiltrated by foreign “diplomats,” who seemed to be more interested in seeding discontent than in actual diplomacy…and Mags seemed to be the only one who’d noticed.…