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Curse Breaker: Faceted - Curse Breaker #3

Melinda Kucsera

Publisher: Melinda Kucsera

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Summary

In a subterranean world where light is everything, can an untrained mage and his son stop the encroaching darkness? 
 
He's an untrained mage spying on the men responsible for his best friend's demise--with his young son in tow. And those men are hunting for magic-stealing rocks to fuel a zealot's quest. 
 
When greed collides, something far worse is released, and it's hungry for a certain mage and his son. Who will survive the dark terror lurking under the mountain?  
 
Find out what happens when the lights go out in Curse Breaker: Faceted. 
 
Curse Breaker: Faceted is the action-packed sequel to Curse Breaker: Darkens. Christian Fantasy meets dark fantasy in this fast-paced narrative pitting Sarn and his son against monsters both human and not. 
 
Fans of Anthony Ryan, Julliet Marillier, Michael J. Sullivan, Mercedes Lackey, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman will enjoy Sarn's struggle against dark forces to save his son and himself. Get Curse Breaker: Faceted today! 
 
***Curse Breaker: Faceted can be read as a stand-alone book or as part of the Curse Breaker Series. Shh, don't tell the characters I told you that.

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