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A noble leader is dead. His five children, once heirs to a bustling port, are scattered around the Encircled Sea. Their kingdom, the ancient land of Zohar, has fallen to the cruel Aelarian Empire.

As the dust settles, new fires kindle.

In a shattering world, the pieces are up for grabs. Here fleets clash at sea, and desert warriors battle among dunes and ancient ruins; cloaked conspirators gather in shadowy alleyways, vowing to slay their emperor; and a girl seeks the magic of light beyond guardians of shadow. In a land of sand and splendor, glory will go to those with the sharpest steel and the hardest hearts. One war has ended. Now the world will burn.

When the Encircled Sea storms, kingdoms are no sturdier than sandcastles. Rulers and rebels battle for golden thrones, but will they find only crowns of rust?

©2017 Daniel Arenson (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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slightly disappointing

I expected the story to advance more than it did in this second book of the series. I hope the next one has better progression.

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Outstanding book.

Mr. Arenson has a way of writing that makes me want to know what happens next. He has developed the characters in this book and the first in the series in a way that I feel like I know them like a real person. I highly recommend this book and the first one also. I am currently working on the third in this series and I will be getting the fourth one too.