The Fallibility of Memory--or Is It?
Rereading books that I read long ago:
C.J. Cherryh, The Morgaine Saga: Includes the novels Gate of Ivrel (Cherryh's first published book and winner of the John W. Campbell Award), Well of Shiuan, and Fires of Azeroth.
Nhi Vanye i Chya remains my favorite C.J. Cherryh hero--stubborn, impulsive, young, but smart, honorable, and loyal. Morgaine has been displaced as my favorite C.J. Cherryh... protagonist by Ari II. But--is this the fallibility of memory or is it something else--didn't Fires of Azeroth used to end with Morgaine offering to braid Nhi Vanye's hair?