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Book 4 of 8 in the Symphony of Ages Series.

Book 4 of 8 in the Symphony of Ages Series.

Book Information: Genre: Fantasy. Author: Elizabeth Haydon. Requiem for the Sun. Rhapsody Saga 4. Elizabeth Haydon. Name: Prophecy: Requiem for the Sun. Series: Book 4 in the Rhapsody Saga.

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The Symphony of Ages is a series of fantasy–romance books by Elizabeth Haydon. The books tell the story of Rhapsody, a young singer of considerable talent who travels across time to a new land only to learn that it was foretold in a prophecy

The Symphony of Ages is a series of fantasy–romance books by Elizabeth Haydon. The books tell the story of Rhapsody, a young singer of considerable talent who travels across time to a new land only to learn that it was foretold in a prophecy. Along with her two companions, Rhapsody fights to reunite a kingdom ravaged by war and long-standing prejudice. Rhapsody: Child of Blood (1999). Prophecy: Child of Earth (2000). Destiny: Child of the Sky (2001). Requiem for the Sun (2002).

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Requiem for the Sun, Sequel to the USA Today bestselling Rhapsody Trilogy. It has been three years since their devastating battle, and peace has settled across their land. But to the south an empire lies ready to crumble

Requiem for the Sun, Sequel to the USA Today bestselling Rhapsody Trilogy. But to the south an empire lies ready to crumble. When the Dowager Empress dies, along with her successor, a great war breaks out, threatening to overwhelm the known world. And an old nemesis of Rhapsody's-presumed dead for, forcing her to choose between facing his depravity or sacrificing her own life. and that of her unborn child

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It all began with the nationally bestselling Elizabeth Haydon's Rhapsody Trilogy. A fellowship of three had been forged, companions brought together by fate, driven by prophecy: Rhapsody, a Singer of great talent and beauty; Achmed, an assassin with unearthly talents; and Grunthor, a giant of jolly disposition and lethal skill with weapons. The three overcame great adversity in defeating the F'dor--an ancient evil being intent on destroying the world--their battle culminating in Destiny, a thundering crescendo of tragedy, love, and triumph of the human spirit over world-shattering cataclysm.

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Requiem for the Sun, Sequel to the USA Today bestselling Rhapsody Trilogy

It has been three years since their devastating battle, and peace has settled across their land. But to the south an empire lies ready to crumble. When the Dowager Empress dies, along with her successor, a great war breaks out, threatening to overwhelm the known world.

And an old nemesis of Rhapsody's--presumed dead for centuries--resurfaces, forcing her to choose between facing his depravity or sacrificing her own life . . . and that of her unborn child.


Comments: (7)

Hanad
I have loved this series for 10 years and waited so patiently and eagerly since book 6 came out for the final trilogy.
A strong female character, I found the characters very compelling and the world extremely immersive.
I apologize that I am not the best reviewer of books, but this series is my all time favourite, if you are a Fantasy Fan, please, do yourself a favour.and read this yesterday! =o)

As for the series close, I have never had a Fantasy Epic end so thoroughly, so amazingly well, I honest to goodness laughed, cried closed the book and silently said goodbye to the Three ready to move onto my next book; I was left wanting for no more but to read the series again in a few years.
Nalaylewe
I LOVE THESE BOOKS!!!!!

I grew up reading these books. They were suggested to me in High School, when there were only 4/5, and I have read them over and over!!!! I hadn't gone book shopping in a while and discovered that two more were written and was sooooo excited!!!

These books have such an exciting world with a rich history. Even if you don't like them you have to appreciate how much work Elizabeth Haydon went through to build this unique and full world with its history, cultures, customs, norms, and mores.

The fact that the group must work together and, while they don't like everything about each other, they accept the others and grow into better people. Plus they have to solve the problems together.
Ionzar
Rhapsody, Achmed and Grunthor are back and better than ever! With the Cymrians back under rule of the Lord and Lady, everything seems at peace in the world till a strange new enemy comes to the Wyrm Lands to threaten everything they hold dear.
Rhapsody and Ashe are living peaceful lives as husband and wife. Achmed is still working on rebuilding Ylorc and Grunthor is training the Bolg of the mountain. Yet evil rises and takes many forms as the three find themselves pushed back into danger once more. Achmed discovers precious information on an ancient device used on Serendair known as: The Lightcatcher, which becomes his obsession to build. While this device might help protect the Firbolg and the Sleeping Child, it can also do harm and awaken a deadly, ancient, "worm-like," Sleeping Child that slumbers deep below the earth.
Rhapsody becomes pregnant with Ashe's baby (the long awaited birth of the powerful time-editor/seer Meridion. Though the pregnancy threatens to end Rhapsody's life. All the while the run-down city of Yarim is crumbling into oblivion, it's people drying underneath the hot, burning sun of Sorbold and the Dowager Empress and her son have been murdered. More worse, another F'Dor has arisen to threaten Rhapsody and her unborn child.
Achmed sets-of to attend the funeral of the Empress and her son with Ashe, all the while keeping an eye out for someone who could help him create the Lightcatcher. While an evil man known as Talquist tips the great scales in his favor and he is elected as the new Emperor of Sorbold, a very real and new dangerous threat to Achmed and his kingdom of Ylorc.
A woman named Esten also comes forth with revenge when she discovers who disrupted her digging of water in Yarim, and stealing her slaves from the tunnels of Yarim. The leader of the Raven's Guild goes off to discover who unjusted and stole from her, when she fines a powerful clue: one of Achmed's cwellen disc hidden within the Theive's Market of Yarim Paar.
This book, (as middle books between trilogy's sometimes aren't) stood rightly and kept me turning the pages. I say it is as good as the book before, Destiny. While this book sets-up for the next sequel, Elegy for a Lost Star, it has a lot of new plot twist, more questions and leads us into an entirely new direction in the Symphony of Ages. What I liked most about this book was that it focuses on Anborn, one of my favorite characters of the series.
So if you liked Rhapsody, Prophecy and Destiny, you should enjoy Requiem for the Sun.
Nejind
This book was really good. It's a little shorter I think than those in the first trilogy of this world, but that in no way took away from the story! Just waiting, worried, as I know that someone I really like is probably due to die soon...Can't recommend enough
Xar
Haydon does not disappoint in this excellent sequel to the Rhapsody trilogy. All the great and fascinating characters are there, plus a few surprising ones from the past. This book is brilliantly paced and plotted, and reminds me very much of the Strunk & White writing primer dictum: "Make every word tell." There are some splendid twists to this story, and every one of them is foreshadowed if you read carefully enough.
Of course, the wry humor (especially Grunthor's) was enough to make me laugh out loud in more than a few places, which coupled with the satisfying action and further character development, make this a book you simply can't put down.
While this novel stands on its own, it is much richer if the reader has read the trilogy first. I was very pleased to note that Haydon left some threads on which to start her next novel in this series, which can't come soon enough for me!
BRAVO!!
DrayLOVE
I first started reading the symphony of ages when I was in Iraq and have enjoyed the series ever since there is a story behind how I got into reading the series but I won't bore you I am very picky with the books I read I will say Elizabeth haydon is up there with r.a salvatore and Terry goodkind I am currently reading the last 3 books in the saga I was not aware of so bought the entire series and started over with the saga thank Elizabeth for outstanding work oh yes requiem is fantastic
Fordrekelv
I almost feel that E. Haydon lost a bit of steam on this one. I mean, it's worth reading just to get through the rest of the series, but it's like she's kind of lost grip on the personalities of Grunthor and Achmed. And Ashe, even. They all kind of wind up like Rhapsody in their mannerisms.

And there's a lot of... whiney, poor me angst. Though as always lots of action. Just... not quite as well portrayed as it was in the first three books.

Now, when you get to the bad guys and the new characters, they're a bit better! Wait 'til you meet Faron. Poor Faron!

Her first three books were absolutely wonderful reads. This was flatter. Though definetly finish the series! Next book onwards was a tad better and I can't wait for the end :)
Requiem for the Sun (Symphony of Ages Book 4) (The Symphony of Ages) download epub
Fantasy
Author: Elizabeth Haydon
ISBN: 081256541X
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Tor Books; 1st edition (May 18, 2003)