Synopses & Reviews
Daine must confront a powerful leader in this third book of the Immortals series, featuring an updated cover for longtime fans and fresh converts alike, and including an all-new afterword from Tamora Pierce.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;When Daine is sent to Carthak as part of a Tortallan peace delegation, she finds herself in the middle of a sticky political situation. She doesnand#8217;t like the Carthaki practice of keeping slaves, but itand#8217;s not her place to say anythingand#8212;sheand#8217;s only there to heal the emperorand#8217;s birds. Her worries only expand once she learns that her own power has grown in a dark and mysterious way.andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt;As the peace talks stall, Daine puzzles over Carthakand#8217;s two-faced Emperor Ozorne. How can he be so caring with his birds, and so cruel to his people? Daine is sure heand#8217;s planning somethingand#8212;a terrible, power-hungry scheme. And she knows that she must fight this powerful Emperor Mage; the life of her beloved teacher is at risk.
About the Author
Beloved author Tamora Pierce has written a great number of books, including The Song of the Lioness quartet, The Immortals quartet, The Circle of Magic quartet, The Protector of the Small quartet, The Circle Opens quartet, the Trickster series, andlt;iandgt;The Will ofandlt;/iandgt; andlt;iandgt;the Empressandlt;/iandgt;, andlt;iandgt;Melting Stonesandlt;/iandgt;, and the Beka Cooper series.andnbsp; She lives in New York and can be visited at TamoraPierce.com.