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Pyre - The Pendulum: Book One

by Eric J. Hull & C. M. Stultz

Other authors: C. M. Stultz

Series: The Pendulum: Book 1

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For Robert B. Clark, Jr., who fired my imagination as a writer, and taught me all of the planets in the solar system. Thanks, Uncle Bert. - Eric J. Hull For Dana and Dawn, who always believed in Pyre; and for June, who’s always believed in me. - C. M. Stultz
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Able to set fires with a fleeting thought, Prince Aaren had a difficult childhood. But not as difficult as Sare's, princess of a rival kingdom – she sometimes spontaneously burst into flames. Pyre is the tale of their lives, of the warrior girl who loved them both, and of a calculating evil that came out of the wilderness and threatened everything they knew and cherished. It tells a story of love in a time of magic and intrigue. It is about honor, and passion, and how much people will sacrifice for what they believe.
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