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The sadistic Empress Porcia rules over a shattering empire. Risen from misty forests, a barbarian horde sweeps toward her capital. Across the southern sea, her brother builds an armada to slay her. In the cold north, young Princess Valentina seeks allies to destroy the Empire and rebuild the Republic. As the noose tightens around Porcia's neck, the empress musters her armies, willing to burn the world to protect her throne.

Meanwhile, in the eastern desert, the land of Zohar groans under the heel of the Empire. Epher Sela has taken the small kingdom's throne, and the Empire's legions march to destroy him. Even farther east, his sister - the lumer Maya - discovers the secrets of light and magic. Perhaps only Maya can save Zohar during its darkest hour. But before she can face the legions, Maya must defeat an unearthly evil, one more dangerous than any human host.

Soldiers and sorcerers, emperors and urchins, priests and princes - in a burning world, they battle for power and pray for deliverance. Yet do their gods truly hear, or do all their prayers merely echo in temples of dust?

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The series suck! (Spoiler alert)

There is only death and destruction and no one gets to be happy. I tried to write a review on the last book in the series but I sent in before I could actually give a full review. They talk of the lady in white to bring peace, spoiler alert there isn’t any. This was complete waste of my time and I can’t get it back because I trusted the author. I guess because of game of thrones suck ending, that gave him the right to write one. I usually like to get all the authors titles before I move on to another author but this one has broken that trend for me.
First, the way the magisterial guards run the city and he just pops up out of nowhere and suddenly he is in charge of EVERYTHING and no one knows. No one wanted to challenge or get their own posse together! Come on now! And why does every one lose every battle and when someone finally get it to defeat them with hardly any army there yet again they lose. I was waiting for the lady in light and because she never showed to give peace throughout the land which I thought was going to be Miah and she ends up dead also. So her going to luminosity was pointless! Her drinking poison in training was Pointless! I hated the series. At least GOT had something good at the end and not just ofear getting to live happily ever after with her baby of incest. Why not miah living to carry on the luminosity of her homeland? Let ofear die. She is the one who contributed to the horrors. To much like right huh! I can go on and on about the mess ups in the book but that would take away from your life that you can’t get back on irrelevant books and I don’t wanna do that to you. This is how I felt at the end of this series.

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