Children of the Changeling Book 2
By Greg Keyes
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The River flowed from the mountains to the distant sea, and everywhere he touched, he ruled. And his blood ran thick in the veins of Nhol's Royal Family. But the god's power had a price: some members of the Family were never seen after puberty, and dark rumours abounded concerning their fate. When the magic woke in her, Princess Hezhi fled for her life into the lands beyond the River's reach. With Perkar, a youth in search of honour, and loyal Tsem, her half-Giant bodyguard, she sought refuge among the barbarian Mang. But in those demon-infested hinterlands, until she learned to wield the powers of her birthright, her sanity and her soul would be at risk. And grisly danger pursued her - the River bent all his might and slumbrous cunning to the task of finding his wayward child. Only the Blackgod knew how to defeat the River. But the Blackgod was a creature of guile and limitless duplicity; to trust him might be the most perilous move she could make ...
Greg Keyes (1963- )
Gregory Keyes, born in Meridian, Mississippi, as John Gregory Keyes, is an American science fiction and fantasy writer who has written both original and media-related novels, using the names J. Gregory Keyes and Greg Keyes. Before becoming a full-time writer, Keyes received degrees in Anthropology from Mississippi State and the University of Georgia. He is most well-known for his quartet The Age of Unreason, an Alternate History steampunk story featuring Benjamin Franklin and Isaac Newton.
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