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Author: Sharon Shinn Narrator: Gabrielle Baker Publisher: Tantor Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: March 2018 ISBN: 9781541487703
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She was a girl with a talent for witchcraft and a taste for adventure.

The illegitimate child of a royal lord, she longed for a man who could never be hers. And she lived for her summers at Castle Auburn.

Now she is a woman who has grown accustomed to standing alone.

What she once loved, she has lost. Where she once saw joy, she now sees terrible injustice. And at the castle where she once lived in peace, she now walks in fear for her life …

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  • “Provocative…I was truly, deeply delighted.”

    Anne McCaffrey, New York Times bestselling author, praise for the author

  • “The most promising and original writer of fantasy to come along since Robin McKinley.”

    Peter S. Beagle, author of The Last Unicorn

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About the Author

Sharon Shinn is the author of the Samaria series, the Twelve Houses series, Heart of Gold, Jenna Starborn, Summers at Castle Auburn, Wrapt in Crystal, Troubled Waters, and several novellas and short stories. She received a degree in journalism from Northwestern University and currently writes about management education for a trade magazine, writing fiction in her spare time. Her first novel, The Shapechanger’s Wife, was selected by Locus as the Best First Fantasy Novel of 1995, and she has won the William C. Crawford Award for Outstanding New Fantasy Writer.

About the Narrator

Cornell Collins was a hippie, a mod, a punk, a new-romantic, and a new-waver. Now, he proudly calls himself “newly middle aged.” Narrating audiobooks has shown Cornell that life in the modern world can, in some ways, be just as good as the golden 70s and 80s, and he has found a peace in telling stories. His life partner and daughter are very patient and much cleverer than he is.