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The Deceiver - The Way to Freedom #8 - cover

The Deceiver - The Way to Freedom #8

H.M. Clarke

Publisher: H.M. Clarke

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Book 8 is here! 
 
Dearen and her newfound Suenese allies are on their way to Daegarouf to enlist Pydarki help in their struggle against the Kingdom of Arran.  
 
But the journey reveals the tip of a hidden agenda that makes Dearen question who her friends really are.

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