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BOOK REVIEW: NIMAUR'S LOSS:
BOOK ONE OF THE VILDECAZ TALENTS
BY CAMILLE GABOR

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Nini has a secret that takes place during a full moon. What is it? You will be surprised!

Ninianee and Erianthee are noble daughters of Vildecaz. They are both different in their talents. Eri can craft entertainments out of thin air. Nini can communicate with animals.

The major role of both sisters is to protect Vildecaz from political machinations and their father from his rival, the magician Yulko Bihn.

Erianthee was concerned about Ninianee not yet having an official suitor due to the fact that she is now twenty-three. Nini pointed out to Erianthee that she should know why she does not have an official suitor. Erianthee was twenty-two and did have some possibility of having someone who wanted to be an unofficial suitor.

Trust is a major problem for the two sisters. Since they are noble heiresses, how can they be sure if any man is really just interested in them?

The two sisters were also very worried about their father. Each time Erianthee was summoned to the Imperial Court, she dreaded the idea of leaving her father even though she knew Nini would take good care of him.

Their father, in the meantime, is gathering research on Agnith's Treasure. Does Agnith's Treasure really exist?

This book is fantasy at its best. It leaves a lot to the reader's imagination. The only difficult part of reading this book is trying to get used to the names. It is interesting to read about the different types of rituals that take place such as their Meal Rite. This book will keep the reader interested throughout the story to the point that they will be looking forward to the outcome. The strength of the characters is the main item that makes this book a good one. If you enjoy fantasy books, this is the one for you. It does an excellent job of engaging the reader.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, NANCY EATON

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