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Ellion would be a man of honor; but his taste for black magic has already destroyed his life. When the heir to the vacant Danaan throne is marked for death by a renegade wizard, protecting her may become Ellion's last chance for redemption--or his final descent into evil.
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A Man Cannot Deny the Gods.
Ten years ago, Ellion violated a sacred rule of magic and brought tragedy on his family. Forced to abandon his throne, exiled from the holy Aballo Order of wizards, and severed from his patron goddess, he swore never to work magic again. He retreated into music and a bard's footloose existence: living in other men's kingdoms, singing of other men's victories.
A Man Cannot Escape Destiny.
But then the ard-righ, the king of kings, is murdered in an act of insurrection by a rogue wizard who follows the old gods. As the human nations teeter on the verge of chaos and civil war, Ellion tries to slip even farther away to the Tanaan realms, only to discover that they are threatened by the same enemy.
A Man Cannot Hide from the Shadow of the Sun.
Now Ellion finds himself the protector of Letitia: a Tanaan princess, daughter of one of the greatest Tanaan heroines, and unwitting key to a great arcane mystery. Pursued by the rogue wizard's minions, enticed by gods he was taught to forswear, challenged by his former mentor, and tempted by the most enchanting woman he has ever encountered, Ellion must battle his faith, his vows, and the darkness his soul yearns to tap as he races to unravel the secret of the rogue's power: the Shadow of the Sun.About the Author:
Writer, publisher, slave of cats: Barbara Friend Ish is Publisher, Editor-in-Chief, and Wild-Eyed Visionary for Mercury Retrograde Press. Books edited by Barbara have been featured in Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, Locus Magazine, The Midwest Book Review, SciFiDimensions, Fantasy Book Critic, American Freethought, Baby Got Books, SFScope, SFSignal, The Internet Review of Science Fiction, January Magazine and Green Man Review. She has been featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and on Baby Got Books and SF Signal, and has appeared at The Atlanta Book Show, RavenCon, Faerie Escape: Atlanta and Opus Fest.For the past 22 years Barbara has been married to her one true love, one of the very first Cold-War-era Soviet émigrés. Together they have ridden the roller coasters of multiple start-up businesses (his and hers) and the raising of two children. Current projects include a garden entirely bereft of nutritional value, a competition to determine who is a bigger geek, and a search for the perfect bottle of champagne.Born in Chicago, at various times in her life Barbara has called Philadelphia, Houston, New Jersey, and Atlanta home. She currently lives in a place called Lost Forest, in a house that is bigger on the inside than the outside, with her husband, her daughter, and two high-maintenance cats.
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Book Description Mercury Retrograde Press, Atlanta, GA, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. First Trade Edition. B&W maps; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 504 pages; Stout paperback. New copy. Seller Inventory # 25416
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