Songweaver: Iron League

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A minstrel, a traveling entertainer, known in the realms of Xenkur as a Songweaver. Shariana is just such an performer. Music and stories are her wares. When she gets a cryptic note and three rings her world is forever changed. Caught in struggle between factions of good and evil. Shariana must make decisions that will alter her destiny and the fates of those around her.
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DW Johnson via PublishDrive
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Jan 9, 2018
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410
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9781981521814
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English
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Fiction / Fantasy / Epic
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