To preserve the Kingsland's future, they must first uncover its past.
Disgraced scholar Dennon Lark only wants to be left alone in his self-imposed exile-an exile that ends when a rebel army wielding impossible powers launches a series of brutal attacks on villages across the Kingsland.
Forced from his home, Dennon is drawn back into a world he wants nothing to do with. His research into the kingdom's lost past-the very research that sent him into hiding-may hold the answers to a great many questions about the rebels. Questions about their shadowy motives; about their mysterious abilities; and about their ever-increasing numbers, constantly bolstered by those thought killed in their attacks. And only the King's infamous warrior niece Bryndine Errynson and her company of female soldiers trust him enough to help him find the truth before the rebels burn the Kingsland to the ground.
Following a trail of historical clues across the kingdom and pursued by forces they don't fully understand, Dennon and Bryndine may be the realm's only hope. But in order to preserve the Kingsland's future, they must first uncover its past.
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.83(d)|
|Age Range:||1 - 17 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Took a LONG time (perhaps 300+ pages) to get to the good stuff but it was entirely worth it. I could not stop once it captured my attention. I loved the strong female characters and the fantasy elements. Very Game-of-Thrones-ish.
This was a great read. I am always apprehensive when the books are free, but this one was great surprise.
The fantasy genre was not always a favorite of mine, but after reading Sciber I think I have become a believer. I really liked the strong women characters and I even enjoyed Dennon Lark as he embarked on his journey. The plot was a good flowing one and I will definitely read more by this author.