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A thousand years ago, the Eleven Domains were invaded and the original inhabitants were driven onto the road as Travelers, belonging nowhere, welcomed by no one.

Now the Domains are governed with an iron fist by the Warlords, but there are wilder elements in the landscape that cannot be controlled and that may prove the Warlords' undoing. Some are spirits of place - of water and air and fire and earth. Some are greater than these. And some are human.

Bramble: A village girl whom no one living can tame, forced to flee her home for a crime she did not commit.

Ash: A safeguarder's apprentice who must kill for an employer he cannot escape.

Saker: An enchanter who will not rest until the land is returned to his people.

As their three stories unfold, along with the stories of those whose lives they touch, it becomes clear that they are bound together in ways that not even a stonecaster could have foreseen - by their past, their future, and their blood.

This omnibus edition includes all three novels - Blood Ties, Deep Water, and Full Circle - together for the first time.

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    Great book

    Full of action but carries a strong plot. Makes you feel like you are in the Domains with Ash, Bramble, Maritine and Leof. You find yourself rooting for characters and hoping for the outcome to side with you. A great read! Anyone who enjoyed "The Name of the Wind" by Patrick Rothifus will enjoy this novel!

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    I found The Castings Trilogy to be a well thought out story with the many threads coming together neatly at the end. The story follows the rules of the created world, keeping the action believable within the established framework. I found the book easy to read and the action kept moving along at a good pace. There were a few places where the author's choices made the timeline a little muddy, but the confusion was usually cleared up within a few pages.

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    The casting trilogy

    Wanna read it again...

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    Mr.

    This is a great read.

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    Mesmerizing

    I picked up The Castings Trilogy while browsing through the book store as I often do while thinking and clearing my head. I began reading the first few pages to get a feel for the series and see if I wanted to add it to my list of 'To Reads.' Before I knew it, I had chewed through the first forty pages. I was mesmerized by the beautifully crafted world that Pamela Freeman has put together, and couldn't wait to read more. I bought the trilogy when I got home and ended up reading another tow hundred pages that night. The characters draw you in, and the world unfolds in your mind as if you had been there yourself. The uniqueness of the world holds me still, and I love the depth to which Pamela has crafted the various systems of her world, and even more so, the history. I eagerly look forward to reading whatever Pamela writes next.

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