Three women of Aggar. Three women so different, they may as well be from worlds as vast and varied as their ancestors. The face of Aggar has changed - war, conflict, healing, secrets - but these three will come to find that their similarities are as deep a bond as was ever formed.
The vast desert calls and the whispers of changelings beckon. Cultures have risen and fallen across the land but some things remain constant even as everything is about to change.
Jacquin the dancer. Adrian the warmage. Rox the hired sword. They are all more than they appear to be. They all carry secrets and stories. They will begin strangers and become something startling and new.
©2015 Chris Anne Wolfe (P)2015 Jennifer DiMarco
Great story. A very interesting twist in the Aggar series but not as good as shadows and fire of Aggar Chris Ann Wolfe never disappoints. A wonderful talent lost to early.
This is a great series, made even better through audible! The plot is fascinating and keeps you engaged the whole way thru. I can not wait until the last book is released!!
"Modern magic realism concurrent with modern tek"
Interesting permits from Audible, magically realised stories for a time of modernity, nothing for them to do but grow with the program.Ancient history suffers as it is sadly believed to be more advanced technologically than all other areas, knowledge base is quite vast, however, machines DUI not feel our comprehend, once they do, sadly they ate bit humané.
I so enjoyed the first two novels I was afraid that this tale of Aggar wouldn't be as good. I love the millennial approach to telling the story of Aggar even when it means saying goodbye to those I have come to adore.
The vocal performance is perfect too.
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