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I found it difficult to put the book(s) down and was not disappointed. Keep writing, Krista. You've on my list.
travelers. Due to other mysterious unexplained happenings and the disappearance of an Ambassador, she is sent on a quest to ascertain the reasoning for these events. She takes along a couple of friends, who shall remain nameless by me so as to not spoil someones future readings. Along the way she "acquires" the fragile friendship of an admired bear. Upon reaching her destination, she is reaquainted with the man who trained her and the reader will learn the story of how Venn obtained her skills at an early age. The events of the book move along at a steady pace which for me made it difficult to put down. The only downside to this story is the authors use of profanity throughout the book. If you're an adult looking to buy this book for a young teen, I suggest you not purchase this book or any of her sequels. It would appear that the author cannot find any other intellegent words to use. In the Meratis Triology, profanity was used sparingly until the third book in the series. Here she uses ot throughout the book. Outside of the profanity issue I am anxiously awaiting the 2nd installment of this triology. Krista Walsh has not disappointed me in any of her books when she ends it. There is going to be something left hanging to make you want to read the entire triology.