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fantastic allies have emerged to help the embattled ruler in a fight he must win: Cefwyn's younger sons. Aewyn Marhanen is the prince destined to rule. Aewyn's half-brother, Elfwyn Aswydd—the bastard son of the king and the sorceress Tarien Aswydd—has spent years ignorant of his parentage, but now it really is his time to emerge and declare the proficient birthright he's been denied for thus lengthy.

yet a dismal, sinister magic has crept as regards to the younger guy and seized carry of the dominion. not anything is because it turns out, because the bonds of relatives pressure opposed to the robust forces that will see them undone—and the conflict is joined to unmask and spoil the malevolence that threatens to unhinge the king's peaceable and fragile reign.

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spectacular allies have emerged to help the embattled ruler in a fight he needs to win: Cefwyn's younger sons. Aewyn Marhanen is the prince destined to rule. Aewyn's half-brother, Elfwyn Aswydd—the bastard son of the king and the sorceress Tarien Aswydd—has spent years blind to his parentage, but now it's his time to emerge and declare the proficient birthright he's been denied for thus lengthy.

yet a gloomy, sinister magic has crept on the subject of the younger guy and seized carry of the dominion. not anything is because it turns out, because the bonds of relatives pressure opposed to the robust forces that might see them undone—and the conflict is joined to unmask and wreck the malevolence that threatens to unhinge the king's peaceable and fragile reign.

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Chance had caused Finn to pick up the cloak as well. At the time she had told herself that since she had been the one to face all the danger in climbing the wall, she should have something more than the others. She had kept the cloak secret, without really knowing why. Like the horn, the cloak had proved to be magical, hiding anyone who wore it under a guise of invisibility that not even the most powerful sorcerer could penetrate. Finn had used it to escape the Awl, then Lachlan had hidden himself in it while he confronted his dying brother.

Excuse me, my lady, but I fear a storm is brewing," Brangaine said respectfully. Finn stared at her with hatred. "But the sky is clear! " "The clear sky is deceptive, I'm afraid, Fionnghal," her cousin replied sweetly. "A storm front is coming and heavy with snow. " "Well, in that case there be no question o' ye riding out," Gwyneth said decisively. "The storms do come very quickly here, ye ken that, Fionnghal. " She saw the look of bitter disappointment and dislike on Finn's face and said comfortingly, "Never mind, dear-ling.

Much better, lassie. Though I could wish ogres did no' have such filthy personal habits. " Finn asked rather wistfully. "Fighting an ogre, I mean? " "I canna tell ye how glad I am that ye were no'," Anghus replied, all traces of humour vanishing from his face. "Finn, I was lucky to escape the ogre alive! Three o' my men were no' so lucky. Do ye think their widows and orphans do no' wish with all their hearts that that blaygird ogre had no' stayed deep in the mountains? " Finn nodded her head, though her mouth once again had resumed its sullen droop.

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