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By S. L. Farrell
The breathtaking first novel in an excellent new delusion seriesA masterwork of myth, The Nessantico Cycle is the epic story of an empire at its peak, but poised near to what can be a devastating descent into destroy. instructed from the viewpoints of various characters, it's a sweeping saga of homicide and magic (portrayed either as a robust faith and a forbidden art), of deception and betrayal, of Machiavellian politics, star-crossed enthusiasts, and a realm dealing with warfare on each entrance.
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His liver-spotted scalp was bordered by a short hedge of white hair just above the ears and low around the back of his skull. His already-shrunken stature was further diminished by the bowing of his spine, which forced his chin down onto his chest, and the arms which emerged from the short, wide sleeves of his stately robes were thin, wobbling with loose, wrinkled skin. Yet the eyes were alert and bright, and the mouth smiled. A Mag ic o f Tw ilight 37 Ana smiled in return, just seeing him; she had never been this close to the Archigos before, not even in the Temple during ceremonies.
Karl grimaced. He rubbed his shell pendant between his ﬁngers as he stalked back and forth in front of the small table, too agitated to sit.
Oh, yes, I’ve seen her before; wasn’t she at the A’Kralj’s Winter Ball? Why, her family is just barely cu’, I hear. My cousin is on the Gardes a’Liste, and he says that the family might become just ci’Seranta next year. ” Ana wondered herself, and hope and fear battled inside her. Marguerite ca’Ludovici T HERE WAS A KNOCK, then the door slowly opened. “Kraljica? The painter ci’Recroix is here . ” Marguerite—Kraljica Marguerite I of Nessantico, born of the royal ca’Ludovici line which had produced the Kralji for the last century and a half—looked away from her son and nodded to the hall servant whose head peered from behind the massive doors of her outer parlor.
A Magic of Twilight: Book One of the Nessantico Cycle by S. L. Farrell