Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it. George Bernard Shaw

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  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Country: Australia
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 21 October, 1954
  • Member Since: Jul 2016
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BIOGRAPHY Susi was born in London and grew up in the United Kingdom, with a passionate interest, and majoring in, literature, languages, history and art, before emigrating to New Zealand at the age of 20. She travelled Australasia extensively, before spending 20 years as a free-lance professional Australian wildlife and equine artist, expressing her love of nature and animals, while raising a family, on their self-sufficient farm in rural Queensland, Australia. Always an avid fan of fantasy and fiction, she now lives in Toowoomba, writing and illustrating her fantasy worlds to share with others.
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A Question of Power (The Fire Chronicles Book 2)

by: Susi Wright

"Original in concept and delightful in style"-GoodbooksTodaySome die for love......or power. Would you?This is the burning question which must be answered.The Lord of Fire's adventures continue, as he takes the helm of the Alliance between humankind and his own Gaian clan. Newly elected as governor of Baram, entrusted by title to fulfil ancient prophecy as Supreme Protector of both races, Luminor sends his most promising young warrior Xandor to search for other lost Gaians and bring them to safety. Xandor's mission takes unexpected turns, as he also searches for his betrothed, and his sense of duty and honour are tested to the limit. Meanwhile, a terrible threat looms, a challenge to Luminor's birthright, and to save all his people from its dark magic, he must take the battle to a foreign land, playing into the hands of a power-mad adversary. Luminor's unique ability to control the Four Fires, courage and love are on his side, but will it be enough to settle the question of power once and for all........Or will he die trying?

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