A Feather of Stone (Balefire Series #3)   by Cate Tiernan

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By Cate Tiernan

After seventeen-year-old Thais Allard loses her widowed father in a sad motor vehicle coincidence, she is compelled to depart the one domestic she’s ever identified to dwell with a complete stranger in New Orleans. New Orleans greets Thais with many secrets and techniques and mysteries, yet none as unimaginable because the second she comes nose to nose with the impossible—an exact dual, Clio. Thais quickly learns that she and the dual she by no means knew come from a relatives of witches, that she possesses magnificent powers, and that she, in addition to Clio, has a key function in Balefire, the coven she used to be born into. Fiery Clio is under overjoyed to need to proportion the highlight, however the twins needs to discover ways to mix their powers that allows you to entire a ceremony that might remodel their lives and the coven without end.

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Our hands flew apart and I fell to the ground. My stomach felt as though someone had buried an ax in it, and I curled up, gasping. ” I cried, sobbing. I held my stomach as though to keep my insides from spilling out, but the pain was too big for my hands, too horrendous to bear. Then others were around me—Richard, Ouida, and finally, Maman, who knelt quickly on the rain-soaked muddy ground. She smoothed my hair off my forehead, her lips already chanting spells. Her hand gripped mine tightly and I clung to it.

In the 1970s, he’d finally gotten it surgically repaired, but it had taken another fifteen years to learn how to not limp. Now he walked perfectly but still carried a cane. Some habits were too hard to break. The sun was low enough so that Daedalus sat in shade. It had been very, very interesting to find Clio Martin working spells last night. Spells he was certain Petra wouldn’t have allowed. Spells that sought the origin—or at least an understanding—of Melita’s power. How long it would take before her thirst for power, for knowledge, exceeded her loyalties to Petra?

Clio groaned. “Who knows? Once she was gone for almost thirty hours, and then one time she went out to a case and was home in an hour. ” I made a face at the mental image, and Clio grinned wryly. “Listen,” she said. “We still have to figure out who was trying to harm us. I mean, it seems like the attacks have maybe stopped, but it would strengthen our position to know who was actually behind them. ” “Oh, that’s a good idea. ” Last time we had tried working magick, we’d almost destroyed our home.

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