Shadows of Myth by Rachel Lee
(The Ilduin)

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No memory, no future, and only a white rose to identify her...

The Ilduin Bane are myth and legend: assassin mages whose blades drip poison and whose minds share a common purpose--one of death or control. All who have gone against them lost, unable to penetrate their powerful protections.

So Archer Blackcloak gathers a small band to destroy the Bane. From Archer comes strength of purpose and an indomitable will. Ratha and Giri give the group a fighter's skill and temper. They are joined by Young Tom, whose unwavering loyalty is matched by an insatiable curiosity, and by Sara Deepwell, who has a surprising talent for magic. From their last member, Tess Birdsong, the only survivor of a brutal attack that left her with no memory, comes the power of one who has nothing left to lose.

But the road to freedom is long and twisted, and before they are finished old sorrows may destroy them. Yet once started, they cannot turn back--no matter how high the price....

 

About Rachel Lee

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When Rachel Lee was 9 years old, her mother would tell her to go out and play, but, instead, she hid in the basement reading and writing stories. Now, four decades later, Rachel would like to go out and play in the Florida sunshine, but her editors force her to hide in her office and write.That may be the only straight line in Rachel Lee's life. From anthropology to computer science, from UFOs to Atlantis theories, from egrets and herons on graceful wing to Siberian Huskies pouncing around the living room, there's little that has not or might not attract her inquisitive attention.Despite varied interests, Rachel is, above all, a student and observer of people. How they stand, whether in couples or casual groups. Facial expressions. Strides. Gestures. And, when talking with people, the question she most commonly asks is, "Why?"Rachel's wide range of interests, particularly that in people, infuse her books with variety, detail, and a depth of human emotion that draws readers into her imagination and brings her characters to life.
 
Published September 30, 2009 by Luna. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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