Lady of the Trillium Characters

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Haramis, the Lady of the Trillium, provides both the point of view and the source of action in the novel.

Now "two hundreds old," Haramis must find and initiate a successor, a spiritual daughter, to insure the future of the land which she and her two sisters freed and unified. A Circe character, she has her familiars, the lammergeiers, and her menage of half-human creatures, and some of whom, like Uzun, she herself has transformed.

Haramis, both the Good and the Evil Witch, has a positive, regenerative aspect and a dark side, which uses its magical powers not to liberate but to subjugate, to turn others into extensions of herself. The prowess and energy with which she defeated Orogastus is still present, as is the fierce protectiveness for those to whom she is close, but so are the impatience, the unpredictability, and the sudden rages.

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