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Summary

Her Drow Aunt is off the throne and all of Ambar'ogúl is looking to Cheyenne to guide them. 

Can the Goth Drow find a replacement for the throne? Better be fast.  

There's a long list of dangerous to-do's and not a lot of time.

Heal the blight. Take out the traitor in the FRoE. Break the rest of the curse on her mom. 

Can Cheyenne step into her role as Drow Royalty on Earth?

Will Ba'rael's parting-gift poison ever depart from Cheyenne's body?

©2020 Martha Carr and Michael Anderle (P)2021 Tantor

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  • Shaun McMillan
  • 23-06-21

one ignorant self entitled teenager over and over

I almost had an annurism from rolling my eyes so many times.
entertaining though.

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  • Mark
  • 09-06-21

ANNOYING PETULANCE vs. Good Story

The authors brought the Goth-Drow's level of childish petulance to such new heights that I almost had to stop listening. However, my fondness for the storyline won out in the end. I hope they can tone it down. It is one thing to worry about one's parent, but it is over-the-top to act like your mother, a strong politically connected woman, is too fragile to help save herself.