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In the aftermath of the Battle of the Crossroads, Bran convinces the few warriors who remain to gather their families and live as one clan under his leadership. Together they abandon their villages and unite under a new sigil - the Sacred Oak of the Crossroads - no longer referring to themselves as Easterners, Northerners, or Southerners but simply as "Oaks."

With his clan and their new village well established, Bran asks Lucia to leave the Isle and be his queen, leaving her with a difficult choice to make - to become a Priestess of the Isle or Queen of the Oaks. Her response leads Bran to a decision that threatens to destroy not only his honor but the future prosperity of his people. Unknown to either of them, the birth of a wee golden child, abandoned and set adrift in the sea, has set in motion a series of events that threaten to destroy the Oaks completely and will take them on a journey to realms in both this world and the next.

©2015 J. M. Hofer (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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If you like fantasy....

If you like fantasy (especially of the sword variety) then you'll love this book. It's incredibly well written and performed. I loved the folklore and magic. Can't wait for the next one

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Even better than the first!

Sad it's over already. Good news I get to start the next one that I hear is the best of the three. I love how the author has blended real history, myth and legend with awesome storytelling.