Shadow Heir

Shadow Heir

Paperback - 2012
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Richelle Mead returns to the Otherworld, a mystic land inextricably linked to our own--and balanced precariously on one woman's desperate courage . . .

Shaman-for-hire Eugenie Markham strives to keep the mortal realm safe from trespassing entities. But as the Thorn Land's prophecy-haunted queen, there's no refuge for her and her soon-to-be-born-children when a mysterious blight begins to devastate the Otherworld. . .

The spell-driven source of the blight isn't the only challenge to Eugenie's instincts. Fairy king Dorian is sacrificing everything to help, but Eugenie can't trust the synergy drawing them back together. The uneasy truce between her and her shape shifter ex-lover Kiyo is endangered by secrets he can't--or won't--reveal. And as a formidable force rises to also threaten the human world, Eugenie must use her own cursed fate as a weapon--and risk the ultimate sacrifice. . .

Praise for Richelle Mead's Storm Born. . .

"My kind of book--great characters, dark worlds, and just the right touch of humor. A great read." --Patricia Briggs, New York Times Bestselling Author
Publisher: New York : Zebra, 2012
ISBN: 9781420111804
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green_cat_2270 Mar 16, 2014

this book is awesome. with a great ending.

360400s Oct 19, 2012

hi

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ginger_bug
Jul 15, 2012

This was a good conclusion to the story. I really liked the way Eugenie's pregnancy was worked into the storytelling, and her frustrations with not being physically up to her usual activities while she was pregnant.

Ólive Jun 07, 2012

great Book four in the The Dark Swan series was just as good as the previous Eugene installments. If the blurb from Richelle at the beginning of the book is any indication, this book is the last one in this series. If so, I am very sorry to see Eugene go. However, the ending is quite open for another series, perhaps about Eugene's children. There should be plenty to write about them. Richelle, please don't stop. This series is just as great as your other ones.

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Tbaby
Apr 16, 2012

The ending of this sucked, good book but could have ended better.

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Ulla11
Mar 30, 2012

Book four in the The Dark Swan series was just as good as the previous Eugene installments. If the blurb from Richelle at the beginning of the book is any indication, this book is the last one in this series. If so, I am very sorry to see Eugene go. However, the ending is quite open for another series, perhaps about Eugene's children. There should be plenty to write about them. Richelle, please don't stop. This series is just as great as your other ones.

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