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Game of Souls (The Quintessence Cycle, #1) by Terry C. Simpson

Game of Souls (The Quintessence Cycle, #1) by Terry C. Simpson

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Keedar Giorin still remembers the night when soldiers killed his mother. The Night of Blades. He was three, but the memories are written in his mind in blood, flames, scales, and his mother’s mad cackles.

Assigned by his father to save two young noblemen or risk a repeat of the massacre on his home in the Smear, Kasandar's most lawless district, Keedar dives headlong into the mission. He uses his most secret skill, a magic that could bring the King's Blades hunting him, a magic that could be a death sentence if reported to the wrong ears.

But even that risk is part of his father's calculated plan. A plot to determine who was behind his mother’s death, while securing a new ally for their guild, and seeing their people rise from squalor and oppression to strive for the identity and power they have all but forgotten.

Plans, however, do not always follow the path drawn out. What will Keedar do when a count takes interest in his magic? Where will he run to when the hunt begins? Can a young man now growing into his power find a way to defeat the most ruthless of assassins?

Author
Terry C. Simpson
Publisher
Golden Arm Press
Date of release
Pages
271
ISBN
9781939172099
Binding
Kindle Edition
Illustrations
Format
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
3
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