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Lightning in the Blood
Lightning in the Blood | Marie Brennan
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Once, there was a calla bindingand so, a woman appeared, present in body but absent in knowledge of her past self. Making the ultimate journey of rediscovery was not without its own pitfallsor rewardsand now Ree, a roaming archon, spirit of legend and time and physically now bound to her current form, has yet to fully uncover her true identity. Ree has spent her last innumerable seasons on the moveorbiting, in some sense, the lands of her only friend in this world, Aadet, who has become intricately involved in the new post-revolution politics of his people. Swinging back from the forests surrounding Solaike, Ree falls in with another wandering band, some refugees accompanied by their own archon, who seems to know much more about Ree's own origins than she ever dared to hope. Lushly woven against a foreign, and yet familiar, fantastical setting, Lightning in the Blood is the second epic adventure in Marie Brennan's novella series with Tor.com. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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KtheBookwyrm
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It‘s a shame Marie Brennan didn‘t continue on with these novellas, because the first 2 were very good and left interesting questions unanswered.

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KtheBookwyrm
Lightning in the Blood | Marie Brennan
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Absolutely adore this cover. I‘m about halfway through this and it‘s really good. I wish there were more of these, but I don‘t think there are plans for any. Bummer.

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Chocomeiske
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In this the second instalment of this novella series we see Ree meeting another Archon and learning more about herself and helling out a friend. There was no mystery in this one but more about self-discovery and history. I enjoyed it well enough.
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