Dance and Echo (Heir of Scars I, Part Six)

Dance and Echo Heir of Scars I Part Six The Heir of Scars Book Six Dance and Echo Let the wild welcome me Let my journey be a teaching Let my path be a circle Let it lead me home Wherever home may be The Echo begins its journey from Wind

  • Title: Dance and Echo (Heir of Scars I, Part Six)
  • Author: Jacob Falling Vanessa Bettencourt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Heir of Scars, Book Six, Dance and Echo Let the wild welcome me Let my journey be a teaching.Let my path be a circle Let it lead me home, Wherever home may be.The Echo begins its journey from Windberth with a very odd mix of companions aboard Royals, mismatched Knights, young Sisters and their even younger novice Already there are hints of danger as Adria struggle The Heir of Scars, Book Six, Dance and Echo Let the wild welcome me Let my journey be a teaching.Let my path be a circle Let it lead me home, Wherever home may be.The Echo begins its journey from Windberth with a very odd mix of companions aboard Royals, mismatched Knights, young Sisters and their even younger novice Already there are hints of danger as Adria struggles to find her place among those who were once her people.In the past, among the Aesidhe, Adria slowly begins to learn the ways of their Hunters, taught by her uncle Preinon, the blind Holy Woman, Shisha, and her friend Mateko.But nothing could have prepared Adria for every hunt or every journey she must take 26,000 words The Heir of Scars I Adria Idonea has always awakened from dreams of drowning Throughout her childhood, Adria has awakened entangled in her linen sheets in her tower at her father s mountain citadel of Windberth She has awakened within sweat soaked furs as a young woman among the Aesidhe, the Wilding Ghosts of the deep wood Adria has awakened far too many times between the water and the air, gasping for breath and grasping for something already lost The dreams quickly fade, but the fear remains, for Adria s is a mind divided, a life in balance, heir of a nation on the brink of war.In the wake of the War of Scars, Adria s father carved a kingdom out of the scattered settlements of fledgling nobles He forged a faith from the ashes of old religions left smoldering beneath the boot heels of long lost armies Now, at last, Heiland is a realm of order, held in a balance as careful as the black and white of a king s chessboard A perfect order, except for a few ghosts The Aesidhe, now guided by Preinon, the exiled brother of King Ebenhardt Idonea, have become a challenge to the King of Heiland, to its Knights of Darkfire, and to the Matron of its Holy Sisterhood a challenge made potent by the unexpected arrival of a second great exile young Princess Adria herself.Now, the games of chess taught to her by her father begin to play out on a grand scale, in the past and the present of her life, as Adria fights for a place in her world true to the destiny of a princess and the heart of a Hunter of the Aesidhe And even as she returns to the spires of Windberth to fulfill a promise to her brother Hafgrim, the newly knighted Prince of Heiland, she remains uncertain of her status royal scion or exiled traitor The War of Scars may have ended, but the legacy of shattered kingdoms and broken faiths has left the heirs of scars with an uncertain destiny in a fragile world Torn between the legacy dictated by her father and the faith offered by her uncle and his new People, Adria knows that, as the Aesidhe have taught her, the mind divided can only defeat itself.

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    One thought on “Dance and Echo (Heir of Scars I, Part Six)”

    1. I avoided reviewing this book for one obvious reason and one not-so-obvious reason. The obvious reason notwithstanding, I have finally decided to review it simply because of the not-so-obvious reason: I deeply dislike fantasy novels. I find them to be formulary and therefore, flat and predictable. The Heir of Scars series, and more to the point, Dance and Echo, brought my jaded and critical view of fantasy novels to a halt. Thank goodness. I was truly concerned that it would not, and for the obv [...]

    2. I received this book from the author for an honest review.Once again the Author has done an amazing job at bringing the life of a young woman, runner for the Aesidhe, princess to the Aeman, walker of two webs to life in this continuation of Heir of Scars I. This is another awakening story as Adria learns more of the history of her father and his attacks on the Aesidhe people. Promises kept, she embarks on a voyage with her recently knighted brother to a land neither of them know. Yet her brother [...]

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