A century of war.
A deadly curse.
A marriage that could save them all.
Sihara Dayel is torn between duty and happiness. An alliance with a violent steam powered kingdom is her country's last hope against the Empire of Animalia. Half-man, half-beast, the Animalians are without mercy.
But traitors lurk behind every corner and when Jaden Calstein uncovers a terrible secret, Sihara may be the only one who can find the truth.
In the inhospitable Outlands, an exiled Animalian possum struggles to recover a priceless artifact while protecting others from his curse.
Enter the Euro-Asian fantasy world of Crigmis filled with nerve-wrecking battles, political intrigue and blossoming romance. Where shadows of an ancient darkness linger, destroying one evil may awaken something far more dreadful.
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