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‘Book 3: The Broken Bargain’ Category

  1. Chapter One


    July 17, 2018 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    There is More to Home than Recipes and Memories Saydrie was being pursued. Since they had gotten back from the palace, there had been a number of people who wanted to ask him questions. At first, he’d assumed it was because Tairiekie and Enerenarie were already busy answering questions and he, …
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  2. Prelude: Tesdes


    July 14, 2018 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Tesdes was doing his best to be invisible, which, he was finding, was harder than it had been before. He had done a very good job of hiding in Kekla and Riensin’s rather bright shadows up until now.  But now, now it was getting trickier. He found himself in the …
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  3. Prelude: Riensin


    July 12, 2018 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    “And then what happened?” Kietsap was – well, not exactly jealous, more like irritated. Riensin knew why, although he didn’t know if his twin understood it.   “Well, then we talked to The Emperor’s Voice and Eyes, Elalekorra, and then Lirnilalie walked in.  It turns out she’s a Princess. Or …
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  4. Prelude: Kekdela


    June 30, 2018 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    “Do you remember?”  She had quizzed Riensin until he refused to talk to her. She had pestered Tesdes until he had picked up a charcoal and a slip of paper and drawn his memory ot the Voice of the Emperor, which, it seemed, was seven lines and a raised eyebrow. …
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  5. Prelude: Saydrie


    June 28, 2018 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Saydrie went to pray. This was not unusual, of course; he was in a strange place, surrounded by strangers, and strange things kept happening to him.  It said in all three of the books of the Three that one should seek solace in one’s knowledge of the Three when one …
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  6. Prelude: Tairiekie


    June 23, 2018 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Taikie was having trouble concentrating on her studies. To be entirely accurate, she was having trouble concentrating on her assigned studies. She would be in the middle of a piece on Textiles and she would look for the code woven into the strands of the fabric; she would be talking …
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  7. Prelude: Enerenarie


    June 20, 2018 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    It wasn’t so much that her new job was vexing.  Enrie was honored to have been put in charge of the Imperial Bureaucrats searching the academy library, even if it left her little time for anything else. She enjoyed helping them find their way around the mess of the place, …
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