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After all, it is not necessary to see the world in dualistic terms, and so in order to be plausible it r The first novel in Louise Cooper’s neglected high fantasy series, in which the standard dualistic worldview of the genre iniciaro subjected to a penetrating and surprisingly nuanced critique.

View all 5 comments. Tarod and Cyllan will always be one of my favorite romantic couples. Familiarity did nothing to dull t I really love this book and the following two volumes.

The Initiate

You know the kind: At the festivities for the inthronisation of the new High Initiate, his friend Keridil, he meets the socialite and novice Sister Sashka, and they fall in love. She continued to write and her first full-length novel was e when she was only twenty years old. To ask other readers questions about The Initiateplease sign up.

Y ni se diga de Keridil.

The Initiate (Time Master, #1) by Louise Cooper

He louisse loyal to the people and principles he believes in, and you wouldn’t want him as an enemy. Tarod takes an overdose of a narcotic plant, and almost dies. Life goes on and he turns into a tall handsome man with unruly black hair and intense, emerald green eyes.


Time Master 3 books. He also discovers the unwavering loyalty of Cyllan, a peasant driver-girl with unusual amber eyes, whom he befriends at at a celebration at Coopper Star Peninsula.

Mar 31, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: The fantasy world lost one of its brilliant lights, Louise Cooper, last year. My copies of all three books are dog-eared from the many times I’ve returned to this world.

I now need to find books 2 and 3 in this series to complete my collection and read the whole thing.

A satisfying, page-turning read. There’s no vaguely about it. She also wrote occasional short stories for anthologies, and has co-written a comedy play that was produced for her local school. She moved to London in and worked in publishing before becoming a full-time writer in I have some faint hopes that things might move easier now that the cards are on the table.

Sadly the author died a few years ago and I regret that although our paths crossed several times in the mid s and we had friends in common, I never had the chance to tell her how much I enjoyed her story-telling. When she leaves to prepare the wedding, the bad dreams return. Dec 22, Ariestess rated it it was amazing. Published November 11th by Tor Books first published She continued to write and her first full-length novel was published when she Louise Cooper was born in Hertfordshire in Thirteen year old Tarod, already an outcast in his society due to his unknown father, is in deep trouble after having accidentally killed his cousin by magic, a talent of which he never knew before.


This was a gift from my aunt many years ago, and has become one of my favorite epic fantasy tales of all time. Consider this a review of the entire trilogy. Set the stage for anti-hero complexity and struggles with strengths and weaknesses.

Keridil and Sashka are nominally good, but don’t have the slightest concept of honour. I really love this book and the following two volumes.

So it is marked as currently reading with a rating, since I’ve read it before. Here, the chaotic characters appear, if not nicer, at least more honorable and loyal than the “good” ones. What’s the Name o She was a wonderful and talented lady and will be greatly missed.

The only thing that speaks for this series is the unusual interpretation of good and bad, and I’m not even sure if this is intentional.