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Rise of the Queen - The Elvish Chronicles #1 - cover

Rise of the Queen - The Elvish Chronicles #1

Prudence Macleod

Publisher: Shadoe Publishing

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Summary

For thousands of years the High Born Elves have languished in the chains of slavery, their great strength gone, their extra keen senses dulled, and their immortality broken. Somehow, in spite of their harsh master’s efforts, the royal line managed to survive. Now, with the aid of a deadly assassin, the heir is about to shake off the chains of slavery, expose the lies, and bring her people to freedom. And she has no idea the magnitude of the task she has undertaken.

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