By J. V. Jones
Excessive event at the SWORD fringe of DESTINY
As a infant Ash March used to be abandoned--left for lifeless on the foot of a frozen mountain. came upon and raised by way of the Penthero Iss, the amazing Surlord of Spire Vanis, she has continually recognized she is diverse. poor goals plague her and occasionally within the darkness she hears dread voices from one other international. Iss watches her as she grows to womanhood, desirous to notice what powers his ward may possibly own. As his curiosity accelerates, he sends his residing blade, Marafice Eye, to protect her evening and day.
Raif Sevrance, a tender guy of extended family Blackhail, additionally understands he's diversified, with uncanny talents that distance him from the extended family. but if he and his brother continue to exist an ambush that plunges the whole Northern Territories into warfare, he but seeks justice for his personal . . . whether capability he needs to forsake extended family and kin.
Ash and Raif needs to discover ways to grasp their powers and settle for their joint destiny in the event that they are to defeat an historical prophecy and stop the discharge of the natural evil often called the tip Lords.
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He is not here,” the man said. Alaan felt a wave of relief and disappointment. ” The man’s head began to tremble. “You have it,” he said, his tone saying that he still believed Alaan toyed with him. Alaan raised his sword, and when he brought it down, the man turned his head and closed his eyes. But when he felt some of his bonds loosen he looked back again. ” he almost whispered. ” “You? You aren’t my enemy, man-at-arms. Hafydd, whom you call Sir Eremon, is my enemy. But you . . you are but a sword with a man attached.
Grief found him sitting there, and crept over him like twilight. He felt grief for poor Elise, but also for the marriage they might have had, the children—if not for Hafydd. And now he’d agreed to accompany the knight after yet another sorcerer—or sorceress, it seemed. Sianon . Was that not the name Hafydd had muttered beneath the bridge? Someone has to observe him, he thought. Someone has to find his weakness. Is that why he went? Did the rat feel this when the snake’s eye mesmerized? Something broke the surface, causing him to jump.
He tried to make a bed of moss near the fire, and then lay down again, his thoughts muddled and ranging. A light rain spattered down, and he pulled his blanket over him and began to shiver. If more of Hafydd’s guards found him like this, he would have little chance of running and none of fighting. But then they were likely all dead or so lost that they would never find him. The songs of the swamp dwellers seemed to grow louder, and he covered his ears and fell into a troubled sleep. He woke to whispering and found an old man seated across the fire from him.
A Cavern of Black Ice (Sword of Shadows, Book 1) by J. V. Jones