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The Reckoner's Blade

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As loss unfolds in the wake of Eldora’s freedom, she discovers unusual capabilities—but they come with a price. Accompanied by the rescued girl, she heads north to find peace and treasure. Only the gold has a map.

Redemption elusive, Eldora begins to train for a new role as Watcher. Yi Bae and his sister contend the nature of that role, each for their own reasons. Angst bui
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Paperback, 282 pages
Published May 16th 2017 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Nickalli
Jun 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Reckoner's Blade is a great follow up to Stone of Asylum in the Dance of the Crane series. I now know the characters better and am invested in the story. Eldora and Yi Bae's stories finally collide and intertwine more than either of them ever anticipated. I was conflicted reading, I wanted to go fast and find out more about the relationships and how they all fit together. However, knowing there is another book to complete their story makes me want to go slower and savor what I have now. Once ...more
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Peggy Goodman
Jun 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
This book is as enjoyable as "Stone of Asylum". Questions get answered, but the entire saga isn't wrapped up yet, which means that I'm waiting for Book 3 of the series. People are realizing that their destinies aren't what they were told they would be; I just hope that they all end up happy with what they choose.
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