Symphony of War

· The Kaddon Keys Book 2 · Rosalind Jackson
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409
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About this ebook

 Victory has a price. The rag-tag band of adventurers known as the Kaddon Keys have returned to their city, having liberated hundreds of their people and defeated their enemies. But celebrations are going to be cut short.

The healer Duando lies in a coma, leaving the group vulnerable. The criminal gang running Kaddon's underground has offered the Keys a truce on condition they don't leave the city, but it's a condition they can't keep.

Aivee's heart is breaking over Duando, but she still has to keep her true identity a secret from everyone. So when the dragon god commands her to take him on a mission to the heart of her people's homeland she can't refuse. Nobody turns a god down, do they?

Nori's inner demon is taking her over. The creature whispers dark thoughts, guiding and manipulating her with bloodthirsty visions and ominous threats until she can scarcely tell what's real. The only thing Nori is sure of is that she's becoming a danger to those she loves.

Nori's demon wants her to charge headlong into the fiercest conflict her people have seen in decades. The Keys have awakened a dragon god, and they're about to discover how far their enemies will go to keep that beast caged.

About the author

Astronaut, international cookie pirate and ninja are just some of the jobs Ros wishes she could put on her CV. She has blogged about books at warpcoresf.co.uk for over a decade, and has done a wide range of different jobs whilst dreaming of the written word. She lives in Lincolnshire under the iron rule of two tyrannical cats. Learn more about her at rosjackson.co.uk.

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