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In The Company of Strangers

(Ariah #1.5)

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All Sorcha and Shayat know about Ma-Halad is that Ariah might be there. They walk through the tall gold grass with a skeleton of a plan, a handful of food, and lies on their tongues.

But Ma-Halad is ruled by The Butcher of the East, an ambitious general facing down impossible orders from the Emperor himseld. Sorcha and Shayat are marked the second they appear in town. Ferr
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ebook, 1st Edition, 60 pages
Published February 7th 2017 by The Kraken Collective
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Claudie Arseneault
Jun 29, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Had I forgotten how much I loved Shayat? I certainly had, and this reminded me.

If you've read ARIAH and enjoyed it, I cannot recommend picking this up too enough. I love the dynamic between Sorcha and Shayat, and how much of the story is moved forward by wits and cunning.

As always, the world of Aerdh and BR Sanders proved deeply captivating and enjoyable.
Mel
Feb 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
Fans of Ariah, you should not miss this. Greatly enjoyed to see the story from Sorcha's and Shayat's POV.


“I’m the one who lost him.”
“No one lost him. Ariah was taken.”
“I should have—”
She stepped forward, took my hand. “We’re getting him back.” She said it with such conviction that all I could do was nod. But I knew the truth of it. She was going to get him back, and I would be there, following behind, lingering in her shadow, underfoot. But at least he would be with us again.
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B R Sanders is a white, genderqueer writer who lives and works in Denver, CO, with their family and two cats. Outside of writing, B has worked as a research psychologist, a labor organizer and a K-12 public education data specialist.

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