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The Phantom Nightingale (Andul Guardians Book 1)

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Blind and with a crew of kids, he's about to risk everything for a lost sister

Xanthe has a magical voice that can transport him almost anywhere, and he's used it to rescue countless kids heading for slavery. But when news of his lost sister filters through, he knows he must investigate. Even if that does lead him straight into the den of those who want his head.

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Kindle Edition, 311 pages
Published January 28th 2020 by Aelurus Publishing
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Sharon Hughson
Jan 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
If you love adventures to new worlds with realistic, relatable characters, you want to read this book.
Although I’m not a steampunk or science fiction fan (and this story is something of a combination of both), I adored the cast of characters in this book. The world is well-drawn but NOT over-described.
And this cast? They are eclectic and unique. Black draws each one with individuality. Although the cover depicts a non-narrator (and this bothered me at first), by the end of the story I realized
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