She avenged her father. She saved the tribes.
Now she just wants to be left alone in her misery to mourn those she's lost.
But the new Daliph has other plans. He wants access to the Hidden City and the objects of power stored there. And, whether she wants to or not, K'lrsa is the only one powerful enough to stand against him.
In this thrilling conclusion to the Rider's Revenge Trilogy, K'lrsa must once again defend her people and defeat an evil that threatens their very existence. But can she do so without succumbing to her own inner darkness?
This is a large print edition created using Verdana 16 pt font. All page numbers and titles are located on the outer corner of the page. Chapter headings and paragraphs are left-justified using a ragged right margin so that all words and letters are evenly spaced. All italics have been replaced with bolded text. There is also extra spacing between lines and paragraphs and no paragraph starts or ends with a single line on a different page. This book is also printed on cream-colored paper and with a matte cover to reduce glare. This version is a hard cover version, but has no dust jacket.
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Table of Contents
Dedication, A Note on Pronunciation, Chapters 1 through 86, Epilogue, Glossary of Terms, Index of Primary Characters, Summary of Rider's Revenge (Book 1), Summary of Rider's Rescue (Book 2), About the Author