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Nimuar's Loss: Book One of the Vildecaz Talents

by Camille Gabor

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Ninianee and Erianthee, the daughters of Nimuar, Duz of Vildecaz, possess quite different magical talents. Pretty, charming Eri can craft entertainments out of thin air; captivating and energetic Nini can communicate with fur-bearing animals. Erianthee is bound for Court and the attentions of official and unofficial suitors while Ninianee must star near Vildecaz Castle and its surrounding forests. But during the visit of Yulko Bihn - a powerful magician to whom Duz Nimuar lost a magical battle twenty years before that cost him the knowledge of Agnith's Treasure - mysterious events change everyone's plans.

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