Aakesh is a Sundered One, and the first-created offspring of the sentient planet Motherwater.
Institutions of education designed by Jason Iskinder in an attempt to preserve a way of life in the world of The Sundered.
One of the few remaining true Guardians left, he makes an appearance in Notte and in Wings, and though Notte considers him a friend, Notte also considers him quite crazy...
He makes his initial appearances in Notte, though they may be easy to miss. Not to worry, though; the book after Notte is based entirely on him.
Among the Mythos
Among the Mythos is a science-fantasy series covering twenty thousand years of Earth's history, all the way to its end... and what happens after.
Is he a good guy? A bad guy? Amun is hard to quantify. He undoubtedly does some horrible things, but even the wicked can be kind.
Apple is a human, one of the Ever-Dying. Influential in Notte's life, and incidentally, based off a wonderful reader: AppleBison.
The modern, PR-friendly name for The Tohu - not that those folks have any idea their organization had its beginning in anything other than the human mind […] Read More
Don't be mistaken: Bakura is highly intelligent and a fantastic strategist. His difficulty with the true individuality each human brings to the table is kind of understandable; the Sundered, after all, are always truly one.
Did you know Bardsey Island is called “the isle of 20,000 saints” because it had such a reputation as a holy place that no matter how wicked you were, you couldn't go to hell if buried there?
Sadly, Grey's point of view is rather limited (I love him, but he's a self-centered little thing), so we don't get to learn a lot about Barry until it's too late. Thus, because I love you (and I want this wiki to rock), here are a few fun facts you won't find in the book:
They take bones. They eat bones. They keep bones. There are rumors of immense, intricate palaces of bones, hidden deep underground where no light will ever reach... but that's just rumor, right?
Bran (The Crow King)
He's pretty sure grandpa won't eat him until he's ripe. By the time that becomes an issue, he's also pretty sure he'll have found a way around it.
The terms is often used for magical travel stations, where one may legally cross country and world borders with spells. However, in the oldest and most technical sense, it still stands for a place of meeting.
A less-than-wealthy city in the world of The Sundered, Danton and its inhabitants had a notable effect on Harry's decisions.
A tiny, unique creature, variations of which exist in all six of the magical Peoples of the Earth.
The only metal minable in the world of The Sundered. Strong enough to build with, yet malleable enough to shape however needed, it is the primary building material in a world robbed of trees and other elements by the black water. In color, it's a dark grey with a slight rainbow sheen; it also has […] Read More
This is probably one of the most spoiler-filled entries in this wiki. If you haven't read The Sundered, turn back now.
I am not kidding.
The collective term for six of the seven Peoples of the Earth. Just the magical ones, in fact.
Science-fantasy is a sub-genre of speculative fiction that combines elements from both science-fiction and fantasy. The end result is an often messy but usually beautiful tale, broader than either category on its own.
A religious sect in the world of The Sundered that happens to be a coverup for a drug operation.
Cape Horn, Cape Hope, Cape Heart, Cape Hand, and Cape Harm: five wealthy, southern cities in the world of The Sundered.
Coined by Robert Heinlen, it's considered an off-shoot of science-fiction, often applied to avoid the limitations of traditional "realistic" sci-fi.
Members of The Sun and counterparts to Shadow's Breath - though if you said that to them, they'd probably kill you.
The Seven Peoples
The Seven Peoples of the Earth are the seven identifying types applied to every sentient creature in the world.