Dion; her wolf, Gray Hishn; and their friends have just escaped from slavers and are trying to return home so that they can warn their people about the likelihood of impending war. Dion and her wolf share a telepathic bond. Together they are superior scouts of terrain, and her wolf amplifies Dion's healing abilities so that together they can heal people wholly. Nonetheless, they face many battles as they make their way.
There is much gritty fighting that needs doing, many frozen mountains that need to be traversed, and enemy agents scour the countryside for the group that includes them. Now Dion's abilities may make her stand out and bring harm to her friends.
Who wrote the summary to this book? The book is amazing! The author's unmatched use of descriptive words, combined with the action of the story, are so intense that I find myself living the fantasy. This is what I hope for any book and Tara pulls it off with flare. I love this book and the first book in the series. My only question is, who wrote the summary for this book? It's an awful description and does not do justice to Harper's work at all. Had I not read her first book, the poorly worded summary of book two would have left me convinced not to look any further into this series. It sounds like it was translated from a C paper written last minute by a high school student in a foreign exchange program. Harper's work deserves a better summary to grab people's interest and draw them to try the books. The first few pages of her work will do the rest.
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This tale takes up where the previous book ended and follows a very similar style. It is an enjoyable listen and while it is similar to the initial tale (which is to be expected in some ways) it is different enough to keep you interested, You are left wondering a little more about the character world in the installment but this all just adds to the experience in my opinion. If you enjoyed the first book in the series you will not e disappointed in this one
this was very well done and exciting. After you hold your breath for a while, Harper allows you to breath just enough before you catch your breath again - EXCELLENT