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The Tale of Indigo and Cloud: The Books of the Raksura

by Martha Wells

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 159780536X, Paperback)

Martha Wells returns to the world of Raksura (The Cloud Roads, The Serpent Sea, and The Siren Depths) with a new four-volume series of novellas set in this fascinating world.

The Tale of Indigo and Cloud explores the history of the Indigo Cloud Court, long before Moon came to Court. In the distant past, Indigo stole Cloud from Emerald Twilight. But in doing so, the reigning Queen Cerise and Indigo are now poised for a conflict that could ruin everything. The second installment in Well’s new Raksura series proves to be a thrilling story of a disaster narrowly averted.

Stories of Moon and the shape changers of Raksura have delighted readers for years. In The Tale of Indigo and Cloud, Martha delves into the ancient histories of Raksura where the future can never be taken for granted, and must always be fought for with wits and ingenuity, and tooth and claw.

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