Summary: Galen and Raffi receive word that the heir to the throne still lives and that the Watch may not know of her existence. To reach her, however, they will have to outwit their old enemy Alberic and place their trust in Carys, a spy for the Watch. Unfortunately, the heir has been taught to hate the Order and refuses to go with them willingly. The second in the Relic Masters series.
Review: The Lost Heiress does not distinguish itself as a book in its own right, though it does serve to bridge the gap between the first and third installments of the series. This should not trouble fans of the series, however; it merely means that readers should keep the next book on hand since they will not want to wait to learn what happens next. All the old characters with whom readers fell in love return, inviting the audience to experience once again all the magic and excitement of Anara. Questions of faith and trust emerge again as well, but this time the choices characters make will have graver consequences. Throughout the book action builds, promising thrilling adventures to come.
First Published: 1999 (published in the U.S. 2011)
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