By Maria V. Snyder
"I can drain a magician of his powers.
All i want is a pitcher orb in my hands…"
Student glass magician Opal Cowan's newfound skill to scouse borrow a magician's powers makes her too strong. Ordered to accommodate arrest by way of the Council, Opal dares defy them, touring to the Moon Clan's lands looking for Ulrick, the fellow she thinks she loves. Thinks simply because one other man-now her prisoner-claims Ulrick's wish for blood magic has eclipsed his ardour for her.
In adversarial territory, with no evidence or allies, Opal isn't convinced whom to belief. And now everyone seems to be after her unique powers for his or her personal lethal gain….
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The secret enshrouding Hutton’s Bridge is as impenetrable because the fog that descended at its borders 80 years in the past. every year, 3 villagers input the mist looking for solutions. nobody ever returns.
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