While hiding with Lord Owen, the Fae, and the human resistance, Aria questions everything she thought she understood. What are the Fae? Who is Aria herself?
More than refuge, Aria needs answers. Despite the appeal of Dr. Bartok's talk of grace, the Empire's darkness threatens to overwhelm Aria as she wrestles with questions of sin, justice, and love.
Colonel Grenidor has his own questions as he makes a new, powerful ally. How much can Edwin really be trusted? And what of the Slavemaster, who Edwin claims is an ally of the vampires opposing the Empire? Colonel Grenidor's research on the vampires has grown increasingly dangerous, with consequences for the Fae, vampires, and the supernatural entities on both sides of the conflict.
Following Things Unseen, this second book in A Long-Forgotten Song is a riveting Christian fantasy that explores the depth of sin and the miracle of redemption.
The Dragons Tongue
Gosh. What a disappointment. Definitely a bait and switch. The first book was awesome. It was futuristic, with the government taking over and controlling people’s thoughts. This 2nd book is more or less preaching religion the whole time, but in a dark and twisted way. Definitely nothing like the 1st book story line.
What happed to the original 1st book? I stopped reading it 2/3 of the way.