By Alexandra Bracken
Whilst Wayland North brings rain to a area that's been dry for over ten years, he's promised whatever he'd like as a gift. He chooses the village elder's daughter, sixteen-year-old Sydelle Mirabel, who's a talented weaver and has an strange knack for repairing his magical cloaks. even though Sydelle has dreamt of escaping her domestic, she's harm that her mom and dad relinquish her so freely and reveals herself awed and petrified of the marginally ragtag wizard who's in contrast to any of the lads of magic within the stories she's heard. nonetheless, she is interested in this mysterious guy who's fiercely protecting of her and so reluctant to percentage his personal past.
The pair rushes towards the capital, reason to forestall an forthcoming struggle, pursued through Reuel Dorwan (a darkish wizard who has taken a prepared curiosity in Sydelle) and affected by surprisingly wild climate. however the surprising earthquakes and freak snowstorms will not be a twist of fate. As Sydelle discovers North's darkish mystery and the cause of his curiosity in her and learns to grasp her personal mysterious energy, it turns into more and more transparent that the destiny of the dominion rests in her fingertips. she's going to both be a savior, weaving jointly the frayed bonds among Saldorra and Auster, or the disastrous strength that destroys either kingdoms eternally.
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