Mujar do not use their powers for good or evil, they simply exist, immortal and apparently purposeless. The mounted warriors are known as the Black Riders, but no one knows where they come from or why they seem bent on exterminating every man, woman and child. Talsy uses her father’s knowledge to trap the Mujar with gold, which has an odd effect on them. Her father intends to throw him in a Pit, from which he will be unable to escape.
Talsy does not believe the Mujar deserves such a fate, so she frees him and begs him to take her with him on his journey. He agrees, and they set off across Shamarese, continuing his quest to find an old hermit’s lost son. There is far more at stake than Talsy realises, however, and she has innocently stumbled upon the last free Mujar, who has the power to decide the fate of her race…
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Loved the book
I simply loved how the book build as the story went along and I can't wait to purchased the rest of the series to finish it.!!!
Little faith in mankind
The author seems to have a problem with men. Almost all the men in her book are warmongering drunk rapists. Not exactly fun to read.
Loved it! This is no pulp fiction!