Changer of Days by Alma Alexander

By Alma Alexander

The kid Anghara Kir Hama used to be pressured to escape the dominion she rightfully governed, escaping the murderous wrath of her brother, the usurper, who may see her lifeless to safe the throne. yet her years spent in an odd wasteland land -- honing the striking strength known as Sight -- have without end replaced the younger queen. And now it's time to declare what's hers. yet treachery greets Anghara upon her go back to a realm ache less than the cruelty of the bloodthirsty tyrant Sif. within the dungeons of her enemy, she awaits an inevitable loss of life, robbed of the present that set her except all others. but those that have sworn to guard her won't leisure till their loved queen is secure, together with one whose noble center belongs to her by myself. For younger Anghara's striking future is bigger than crowns and nations -- larger even than the fearsome previous Gods who needs to stand all the way down to make manner for the Changer of Days.

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There will be no holding it in. ” “No more so than in here,” said Senena stubbornly, and then bit her lip as she realized what she had said. She reached out to lay an apologetic hand on Anghara’s arm. “I’m sorry . . not today of all days . . I shouldn’t have said that . . ” Anghara’s eyes were sad. “Don’t get my hopes up, Senena. ” This, it seemed, had been entirely the wrong thing to say. Senena’s eyes glittered, and she lifted her chin with a grim sort of determination. “I will see it done,” she vowed.

Anghara could not bring herself to eat much—her spartan diet and something about the tamman seemed to have affected her appetite—but she tried not to wreck Senena’s festive spirit by appearing gloomy and ungrateful. ” Senena asked, sitting on the edge of the hearth like a hoyden, her brocade skirts almost dragging in the ashes. There might have been a time when Anghara could have named a great many things, but her world had shrunk to the dungeons of Miranei, with no prospect but death waiting for 42 Alma Alexander her—death swiftly, or slowly by starvation, at Sif’s whim.

It was Fodrun himself who brought his horse into the Royal Courtyard and stood waiting, holding its reins, until Sif emerged from the tower. “My lord,” he began, “winter campaigns . ” “Winter is over, Fodrun. Look out from the battlements— the snow is almost gone from the moors. ” “And the babe . . and . . the other thing . ” “I plan to be back for Senena’s confinement,” said Sif with a savage smile. “Just as soon as I’ve taught young Favrin a long-overdue lesson. As for the other . . There’ll be time enough when I return.

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