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For eight generations, the Valisar kings have ruled Penraven, the jewel in the Devona Set. Now death has raised his ugly head and, one by one, six of the seven Devona states have been overcome by Loethar, a ruthless tribal warlord. Only Penraven remains unconquered. King Brennus 8th knows his army is no match for the barbarians. He can only wait with a heavy heart for the walls of his capital to fall and for Loethar's blade to seek his throat.
But the warlord desires more than Penraven's wealth. Above all else he covets the legendary power of coercion possessed only by the Valisar heirs.
With such power he will be unstoppable, and he is determined to consume the flesh of the Valisars to obtain it. King Brennus must now make a terrible choice in order to safeguard any hope for the future. He must choose between his three children, for only one of them can be spirited away to safety. The others must die by their father's hand.
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