She has the power to change the course of a river with a few lines of song, but she couldn’t save her own husband from his fate. Lhennuen Damaiud, sorceress and priestess, leaves her temple for the northern forest in order to escape from humanity and figure out her life’s purpose.
Yet as it turns out, escaping from humanity is harder than she expected. And escaping the designs of God…well, she should have known that was impossible.
As a fan of Marion Zimmer Bradley’s work, I felt like I was reading Priestess of Avalon or Forest House again and was in love.
—Ann Hunter, author of Moonlight and The Subtle Beauty