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Publisher's Summary

Thorn infiltrates a gang of criminals with special powers - aberrant dragonmarks - trying to gain information on their leader, the enigmatic Son of Khyber. But when her orders and her experiences contradict each other, Thorn starts listening to what the Son of Khyber has to say.

Featuring characters from Baker’s popular Dreaming Dark Trilogy that return to challenge Thorn, the creator of the world of Eberron returns with a series that has all the smarts and action of a spy thriller, with the magic and depth of world only fantasy can create. There’s something here for every fan!

©2009 Wizards of the Coast, Inc. (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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An interesting major character

Great book! Had a few issues with skipping audio but overall is was a good second foray into Eberron. I may have to look at reading the rest of the titles.

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overall these books have been great. If you read The Dreaming Dark series, I would say to be ready to be unhappy with what Baker did with one of the iconic characters from it with very little storyline of how they got to that point. Again though, this was a minor drawback to a great read and will only affect those invested in characters from earlier stories that you do not need to read first.