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Summary

With an un-cursed prince and king back on the throne, Sevana goes back to her usual routine without worry. But her peaceful days don't last for long. A hunter from a small northern village comes to her, pleading for help. The people in his village are disappearing during the night, transported great distances in their sleep, and they don't know why.

Transportation magic such as this hasn't been seen since the days of great magic, hundreds of years past. On top of that, the power levels that Sevana sees are insanely high - far higher than any modern magic can reach. Sevana drops everything, racing toward the small village of Chastain, praying that she can find the source for all of this and stop it.

Otherwise, the magical backlash might destroy Windamere.

©2014 Alisha Yockey (P)2015 Alisha Yockey

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  • T. Menefee
  • 10-05-15

Good

Liked the first book better, but the performance definitely improved. Think this series lacks a direction like her others, but is was an easy fun read.

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  • Beth Doyle
  • 30-04-21

great book, fantastic narrator

enchanting story that comes to life with this narrator who is simply marvelous, I will look for other titles she has narrated to enjoy her ability to characterize people so well.

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  • I Like to Do Stuff
  • 27-05-19

characters still engaging, good growth and plot

The narrator manages to make every character different enough to be easily distinguished, and believable. The only thing making me sad is that while there are more books, there don't seem to be any more audio books.

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  • Heather D
  • 06-03-18

Another great book

To be honest I liked the first book better but this was still a very enjoyable read.