In this second book in the Lynburn Legacy, the sorcerous roots of Sorry-in-the-Vale have been exposed.
Now no one in the town is safe, and everyone has to choose sides.
Will the townspeople (magical and not) become "owned" by the sorcerers who believe it is their right to rule? Or will it continue in a more modern vein, with the presence of the sorcerers playing a quieter--and much less violent--role.
If Kami Glass has anything to say about it, evil will not win.
Despite having given up her own piece of magic, she is determined to do everything she can to make a difference. And whether they want to or not, her circle of friends (and potential boyfriends) will not be able to help but follow her and go along with her unusual schemes and battle tactics.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 384 pages
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
- Publication Date: 29/08/2013
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9780857078094
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Review by wyvernfriend
Liked this read, entertaining but it didn't quite hit the same sweet space as it's predecessor. In Sorry-in-the-Vale the war between the sorcerers is heating up, Kami wants to resist the concept of being beholden to any of the sorcerers and she also wants to mend her relationship with Jared, who doesn't understand her reasons for wanting to break the bond between them. Although there still are feelings there the two of them are still trying to work out what is real and what is from the magic that used to join them. It's an interesting story and I do want to read the next in the series