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The start of a brand-new epic fantasy series from fan favourite Ian Irvine, set in the world of his million-copy-selling View from the Mirror series.

The Merdrun, cruel warriors blooded by thousands of years of slaughter, are gathering in the void between the worlds. Their long-hidden summon stone is waking, corrupting good people as well as bad and turning arcane places into magically polluted wastelands. If it is not destroyed, it will create a portal and call the Merdrun through.

In a nightmare a nine-year-old girl sees the Merdrun leader - and he sees her. If her parents, Karan and Llian, are to save their daughter and their world, they must find a way to stop the greatest warrior in the void.

©2016 Ian Irvine (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • 09-21-18

A welcomed sequel to the originals of Santhenar

Throws you right into the latest Mission Impossible for our families heroes, not much in the way of backstory of the past 12years but child rearing and financial hardship is hinted and doesn’t hold much intrigue really anyway. The new villainous characters are balanced well with my sentimental attachment to the old heroes and anti heroes. Honestly - this one is so full of betrayal I can’t say anymore!