Shadow Weaver

Shadow Weaver

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Claire-Merle By Claire-Merle Completed

Sixteen-year-old Mirra can see people's memories. She is a Shadow Weaver, one of the outlawed, glitter-eyed race feared in her land and forced into brutal slavery as children. She and her brother Kel have escaped their fate by hiding near the frozen mountains. But when bounty hunters snatch Kel, Mirra injured and unable to track long distances will lose him unless she gives herself up to his captors. As as a Shadow Weaver who's survived childhood and whose golden-flecked irises have faded, concealing her talent, Mirra's own value is priceless on the black-market.

Taken to a lawless town in the northern territories, Mirra convinces her captors to sell her to a mysterious young man destined for the same province as the officer who has bought her brother. The young man is the Kingdom's missing Prince, feared dead after his escort was attacked on an expedition. He has been in hiding, waiting for a Shadow Weaver whose skill he can use to discover who ordered his assassination. But before he will risk breaking his father's law and taking Mirra to the royal court, he must test her talent and her ability to hide it. If Mirra fails, her hopes of seeing her brother again will be cut by the noose around her neck.

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I like the cover. It's very unique. I can tell I'm going to have a lot of fun reading this
dilucas4444 dilucas4444 Sep 13
I'm Australian and still having trouble with missing U's in colour and all that. And our quotation marks are the other way around. 
                              
                              Boy, here we go!
one thing I've encountered as a British writer is actually having whole words and terms that Americans don't understand. Like soo many of the words I use in my book I had no idea that Americans wouldn't know what they were.
I'm American but I randomly add Us in colour and favourite because it just looks better and feels right (but autocorrect usually makes it to color)
lillybaylor lillybaylor Nov 05
The quotation thing just cleared up so many books. That threw me off for the longest time