Ashuliya

Ashuliya

by Sabine A. Reed
     
 

The magical kingdom of Ashuliya is cut off from the rest of the world by an ancient curse. When the king is murdered, Princess Jaelyn knows she could be the next to die. After failing to convince the council to seek the murderer, and thwarting one attempt on her own life, her only option is to run away and hide. She undertakes a perilous journey on a frozen…  See more details below

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The magical kingdom of Ashuliya is cut off from the rest of the world by an ancient curse. When the king is murdered, Princess Jaelyn knows she could be the next to die. After failing to convince the council to seek the murderer, and thwarting one attempt on her own life, her only option is to run away and hide. She undertakes a perilous journey on a frozen subterranean river, accompanied only by the cunning and aged wizard Itahid, hoping she will escape to the outside world.
Jaelyn hopes to someday return to find her father’s murderer, and claim the throne that has belonged to her family for generations. But first she has to survive in a world where only the superstitious believe in magic, and an unemployed princess is in danger of starving. Kent has no magic, but his skills are just what she needs while she and Itahid prepare to return to Ashuliya. When he insists on going with her, she wonders what good an alliance with a mundane can be. Perhaps his guns--and his love--can make a difference, but what of the future?

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016226507
Publisher:
Uncial Press
Publication date:
02/15/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
306 KB

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Meet the Author

Sabine A. Reed has always been an avid reader. A Masters degree holder in business management, her creative side emerged when Sabine realized that she had the ability to develop and write stories. Coupled with her love for books, she embarked on the journey to become an accomplished writer. She is the author of fantasy books, The Black Orb and Serpentine Love.
When she is not busy with her three children, Sabine can be found either writing or at Goodreads where she discusses her favorite books with fellow readers. Her blog Writing and Publishing Resource is meant as a guide for new writers who are discovering that the path to publication can be difficult, but doesn’t have to be lonely.

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