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Green Wild

(Thrones of the Firstborn #2)

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Princess Tiana has discovered the identity of her family's ancient enemy, but that's only the beginning. Now she must find three gods scattered across Ceria and convince them to lend her divine power. An already momentous task is complicated by jealous fiends, squabbling siblings, and a demigod who seems more interested in games than salvation.

Meanwhile, her elder sister
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ebook, 287 pages
Published March 16th 2016 by dreamfarmer press
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Rachel
Mar 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This was a beautiful followup to the first book in the series, and somehow a bit more linear. As Jerya helps her city recover from the disaster that ended the first book, and starts to learn more about politics and necessity than she ever wanted, Tiana heads out on the quest she was given, and finds it far more difficult and confusing than she expected.

There are some nice plot point resolutions, and some exciting hints of what's to come. It was a great book, and now I can't wait for the next. :)
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Apr 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Delicious, clear epic fantasy. I love when authors can both build lush, epic fantasy and still give a clear, concise storyline in the process. Now I'm annoyed though, because I devoured books 1 and 2 back to back, and book 3 doesn't come out until NEXT FREAKING YEAR. TENTERHOOKS, I tell you.
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