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Back in the shrouds of time, the animosity between elf and demon is revealed, as is the truth of Newt’s descent into insanity.
Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge is assigned one of the most baffling investigations of his career—a cold murder case with an unidentified victim and a cold trail with few clues to follow.
Those threats from the Consort against the cohort find Kaylin retracting her dinner invitation. Not that it does any good, for the Consort intends to free the trapped and end the Barrani torment.
At the heart of a political firestorm, Annarion intends to undertake the Test of Name, and the rest of the cohort insist on going with. They almost caused the destruction of the High Halls once already.
Sentient Towers guard the world against Shadow lest all of Elantra be devoured. But a gray zone exists where the rules are different, and Kaylin must face all new dangers from a far distant past.
It’s young Ben’s tearful reaction to a gift he made that brings out Marlee’s protective instinct and her realization of how free she’s become.