Missing Piece

Missing Piece Tharfen might be the only person who can save the Phaer Isle but she is missing a very important part of herself Tharfen now eighteen is still playing unwilling host to a shattered piece of her old

  • Title: Missing Piece
  • Author: Robert Priest
  • ISBN: 9781459730441
  • Page: 144
  • Format: ebook
  • Tharfen might be the only person who can save the Phaer Isle, but she is missing a very important part of herself.Tharfen, now eighteen, is still playing unwilling host to a shattered piece of her old friend turned enemy, Xemion But no one seems to know where Xemion is, though rumours abound As the Great Kone approaches its first full turn in fifty years, the unstable maTharfen might be the only person who can save the Phaer Isle, but she is missing a very important part of herself.Tharfen, now eighteen, is still playing unwilling host to a shattered piece of her old friend turned enemy, Xemion But no one seems to know where Xemion is, though rumours abound As the Great Kone approaches its first full turn in fifty years, the unstable magic it unleashes grows and dangerous for all the Phaerlanders Meanwhile, other perils abound a vast influx of refugees from the Civil War in the north threatens to overwhelm the resources of Ulde while a Cyclopean armada approaches the isle from the west, its commander intent on revenge Tharfen must find Xemion, but if she does, will the cost of restoring her missing piece be far too high a price to pay

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      Published :2018-06-22T13:21:51+00:00

    One thought on “Missing Piece”

    1. I want to start out by stating that I have received this book as a Giveaway. I did enjoy reading it and found it to be a pretty fast read with the characters being very interesting. That being said I do not feel that this is a stand alone book as I did end up having to go back to the first and second books to fill in some of what I felt I was missing having not read them from the beginning.

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