By Bradley P. Beaulieu
The Flames of Shadam Khoreh starts off approximately years after the occasions of The Straits of Galahesh. Atiana and Nikandr proceed their lengthy look for Nasim, which has taken them to the wilderness wastes of the Gaji, the place the fabled valley of Shadam Khoreh lies. yet all isn't good. conflict has moved from the islands to the mainland, and the Grand Duchy understands its time should be restricted if Yrstanla rallies its forces. And the losing ailment and the rifts develop ever wider, threatening areas that after suggestion themselves secure. The Dukes think that their basically wish can be to regard with the Haelish warriors to the west of Yrstanla, yet Nikandr understands that the secret's to discover Nasim and a misplaced artifact referred to as the Atalayina. Will Nikandr be triumphant and shut the rifts as soon as and for all? the reply lies deep in the Flames of Shadam Khoreh.
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