Once, there was power in her magick.
Now, she must find magick in her power.
Claire Emerson has lost her magick—and with it, her place among the Crones. It should spell the end of her involvement in their centuries-old war against the dark god, Morok, but it can't. Because Claire knows something the others don't—Morok has become an imposter in the Crones' midst, and their destruction is imminent.
To stop the dark god's nefarious plan, Claire will have to find her missing powers. That's the easy part. Getting past Morok's monsters in time to save the Crones is going to be a little more difficult. Especially when she comes face to face with Morok himself.
Will Claire's powers be enough to defeat a god and save her companions—and the world?
Game of crones
Wonderful book! Finished in one day, couldn’t put it down.
A Definite Winner
Great book and series! A sixty year old protagonist. Want more.
Wonderful edition to series.
Another wonderful edition to this series. This one has some action, but most of this is character growth. Something that we needed to see, and I am glad we did. Claire is a character that I truly feel her soul. As someone about 60, I know what pains feel like, but I also know my life is not over, and I have purpose, and meaning. Claire shows us the ultimate purpose in trying to save the world.
Our characters from the last book are there for us to love, but this really is a book more about Claire. It could stand alone, as the author is wonderful at giving you enough details without spoiling the plots of the others, but you really do need to read the others beforehand in order to truly understand what is going on. All books are worth the read. Read in order for best experience.
Highly recommend, and look forward to the next one.