By Sarah Zettel
A international of Magic and Peril
1899, Sand Island, Wisconsin: Bridget Lederle is a lighthouse keeper in this stormy, windswept shore of Lake improved. One chilly evening she sees a ship foundering close to the island's shoals, and rescues its lone occupant. The surprisingly dressed sailor tells her a lovely story, of Isavalta, a global the place magic reigns, and the place she is-incredibly-destined to play a key function in an influence fight among the Dowager Empress and her foes.
Isavalta, the place magic are available within the trend of knots on a string, the colours of a costume, or perhaps smoke within the air, beckons to her. Bridget has the second one sight of her kin, however the magical land the place she's going to elect the sailor holds a long way higher marvels, and poor perils that even she can't see. For she incorporates secrets and techniques inside of her that even she doesn't recognize, secrets and techniques that may swap the destiny of the wonderful magical international that calls her domestic . . .
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