Clan Daughter (Mass Market Paperbound)

By Morgan Howell

Del Rey Books, 9780345496515, 318pp.

Publication Date: August 28, 2007

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Description

Enslaved by King Kregant's army, Dar survived by befriending the fierce orcs who were also forced to serve. Now she has escaped only to find that the price of freedom may be her destiny.
Calling on her untried leadership abilities, Dar guides the surviving orc soldiers to the safety of their homeland but the clan leaders refuse to accept her unless she can release their queen from Kregant's fortress. Shaken by her growing gift for dark prophecy and a fate she feels unprepared to accept, Dar must infiltrate the very heart of the despot's empire. There she will discover unexpected treachery and an ancient power that threatens the future of all.
Look for Books I and III in the Queen of the Orcs trilogy.


About the Author

A graduate of Oberlin College and the Rochester Institute of Technology, Morgan Howell is a full-time writer who lives in upstate New York.


Praise For Clan Daughter

“Howell’s depiction of the orc culture is fascinating–these orcs are as big, strong, and dangerous as any in fantasy, but they also have moral and ethical issues of importance. This is a book to think about.”
–Elizabeth Moon, author of The Deed of Paksenarrion

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