Two women are all that stand between the world and utter destruction. One must pave the way, the other must take up the fight, and both must choose between saving the world and the men they love.
Brusenna is the last.
All the other witches have been captured, their songs stolen and twisted from harmony and growth into chaos and death. She alone must stand against an evil much older and darker than anything she could ever imagine - an evil every witch before her has failed to vanquish.
In that, Brusenna must be the first.
Brusenna thought it was finished. She defeated the Dark Witch, saving the witches from imprisonment and death. She found love and a place to belong.
But she was wrong. A new threat merges with the old as the witches' dark history begins to catch up with them. Only Brusenna knows the extent of the danger and how to stop it, though doing so might cost her everything.
Including her life.
A ship burns, sinking into the dark sea. There is only one survivor - a child hunted for the power of her song. Hidden away on an isolated island, Lilette buries her power deep, convinced it caused the deaths of those she loves.
But she can't run from who she is. And when her secret is revealed, the only thing that can save her is her song. It's time to rise up and become what she was always meant to be: the most powerful witch ever born.
Supreme in their dominion over seasons, storms, and sea, the witches have forgotten the unmatched destructiveness of mankind. And among the weapons men seek are the magical songs of the witches.
Born of witches but raised among their enemies, Lilette searches for a way to heal the rift between mankind and the witches. But it may be too late to save either. For if there is one thing Lilette has come to know for certain, it's that all things fall.
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By Kirstin Eaker on 21-03-18
story's good, but the performance almost killed it
i really struggled with the narration. the voice inflections and accents were very distracting and a bit overdone to me. but I enjoyed the story.
By Celeste on 27-09-17
You owe it to yourself to get the series.
I stayed up late listening trying to get to the point where I could put it down.