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Merelin Lindon wants nothing more than to help bring the world of Arah Byen into some kind of balance. But nothing is going as planned. The High King Zhabyr is falling apart, and Merelin's allies are turning on each other for no reason. In the coming war she cannot stand alone. But can she bring her allies together before it is too late? More

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Words: 119,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476308852
About J. Leigh Bralick

J. Leigh writes primarily fantasy and YA fantasy novels. She has made one foray into science fiction, and enjoyed it so much she may eventually publish that experiment, if she survives the effort. Her favorite thing about writing fantasy is the excitement of exploring new worlds and experiencing exciting adventures — all on a very low-cost budget! All you really need is coffee. Low cost + coffee = success for a perpetual student like J. Leigh, who may have heard of the concept of a full-time job but likes to avoid that topic as much as possible.

When she isn’t writing, J. Leigh enjoys fencing, listening to music of a variety of genres, costuming, and inventing languages for her worlds. That last bit is a secret, so don’t tell. She may even put up some information on her blog about her different languages at some time, if she can be persuaded to.

Besides work, J. Leigh also doesn’t believe in ages. So don’t ask her how old she is. She is either eighteen or eighty-five, or somewhere in the middle.

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Review by: Michelle McRoberts on March 04, 2013 :
Alrighty...well...I love Arah Byen, and I want to go live there. After all this crazy stuff has happened it sounds like a much nicer place to live, and Merelin Lindon and Yatol will be my dear friends.

I thoroughly enjoy Bralick's world. Her descriptions and characters are wonderful, I still struggle with the obscurity some of the writer's dialogue in her effort to create mystery, but these things are easily fixed with some careful editing.

Highly recommend this series.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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