The Red Khémèresh

The Red Kh m resh Phayaden is a shaman tormented with visions that come without ceremony terrible images of war against the people of the Tashihyel She fled to the obscurity of her small family clan but cannot hide fro

  • Title: The Red Khémèresh
  • Author: Mab Morris Grant Searcey Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Phayaden is a shaman tormented with visions that come without ceremony terrible images of war against the people of the Tashihyel She fled to the obscurity of her small family clan but cannot hide from these visions after inviting a god into her home The demi god Engidu must guide the war chief Tengis to a test that will transform him Even he does not know if Tengis wilPhayaden is a shaman tormented with visions that come without ceremony terrible images of war against the people of the Tashihyel She fled to the obscurity of her small family clan but cannot hide from these visions after inviting a god into her home The demi god Engidu must guide the war chief Tengis to a test that will transform him Even he does not know if Tengis will die, or live to be the hero his people need Tengis knows what his people need He needs the support of the clans, and the shaman he loves for having a vision as great as his own None of them know that this is one challenge where even a demi god might need a shaman to survive.

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    1. I read this absorbing, fascinating novella in one sitting and found myself still thinking about the characters and setting for days afterward. The author does an impressive job of evoking a Mongolia-like steppe society and creating a fully developed mythology as a matrix within which the characters pursue their goals. And I love the protagonist, Phayaden, a seemingly failed shaman who may or may not be mad, walking a thin line between this world and the spirit world, trying her best to fulfill h [...]

    2. The Red Khémèresh is a unique novella.This is no sword-and-sorcery epic. You will find no wizards, elves, or magical rings here. Khémèresh draws nothing from the traditions of western fantasy, and instead takes its cue from eastern mysticism and shamanism. Its setting is that of the open, forlorn steppes, which comes to life in compelling detail, from start to finish, to a degree worthy of academia.The story belongs to Phayaden, and her struggle with her visions. But it was written for the r [...]

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