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A Single Spark
Rise of The Phoenix Book 1
by Tayvia Pierce View author's profile page

Overview


"My name is Carys. This is my story, though perhaps it is more of an explanation, or maybe a confession. Its name matters less than the fact that it is my only way to show the world that I am not the villain the history books will claim that I am. Everything I did was to save those I love."
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Description


"My name is Carys. This is my story, though perhaps it is more of an explanation, or maybe a confession. Its name matters less than the fact that it is my only way to show the world that I am not the villain the history books will claim that I am. Everything I did was to save those I love." Lady Carys is the oft-overlooked middle child of one of Isirion's most aristocratic families, though despite her inauspicious position, she's undoubtedly the glue that holds the family together. But when persistent rumors of murder, corruption, and the tragic memory of her mother's death drive the family to start fresh in a new land, they quickly learn that a simpler life doesn't always mean a safer one. Even in this plain, rustic city, dangers lurk in the shadows. As Carys's family struggles to build a new life, enlisting the help of a mysterious stranger to keep them safe, the gathering storm swirls around them, threatening to pull them into a tempest of evil far greater than anything they could ever imagine.
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About the author


Tayvia Pierce has been a freelance writer for the last six years, and has an impressive list of ghostwritten books under her belt. She has written for a portfolio of clients stretching from coast to coast, including Hollywood and New York. She discovered her true calling a few years ago when someone dared her to write a book. In accepting the dare, she discovered a love of crafting stories and characters, and began the process of developing the "Rise Of The Phoenix" series. She grew up in sunny southern Alberta, and resides there still with her two children and cat, affectionately dubbed "Moo-cat".
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Fantasy / Epic

Language:English

Series title:Rise of The Phoenix

Series Number:1

Pages:368

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098300906

Paperback ISBN:9781098300890


Overview


"My name is Carys. This is my story, though perhaps it is more of an explanation, or maybe a confession. Its name matters less than the fact that it is my only way to show the world that I am not the villain the history books will claim that I am. Everything I did was to save those I love."

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Description


"My name is Carys. This is my story, though perhaps it is more of an explanation, or maybe a confession. Its name matters less than the fact that it is my only way to show the world that I am not the villain the history books will claim that I am. Everything I did was to save those I love." Lady Carys is the oft-overlooked middle child of one of Isirion's most aristocratic families, though despite her inauspicious position, she's undoubtedly the glue that holds the family together. But when persistent rumors of murder, corruption, and the tragic memory of her mother's death drive the family to start fresh in a new land, they quickly learn that a simpler life doesn't always mean a safer one. Even in this plain, rustic city, dangers lurk in the shadows. As Carys's family struggles to build a new life, enlisting the help of a mysterious stranger to keep them safe, the gathering storm swirls around them, threatening to pull them into a tempest of evil far greater than anything they could ever imagine.

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About the author


Tayvia Pierce has been a freelance writer for the last six years, and has an impressive list of ghostwritten books under her belt. She has written for a portfolio of clients stretching from coast to coast, including Hollywood and New York. She discovered her true calling a few years ago when someone dared her to write a book. In accepting the dare, she discovered a love of crafting stories and characters, and began the process of developing the "Rise Of The Phoenix" series. She grew up in sunny southern Alberta, and resides there still with her two children and cat, affectionately dubbed "Moo-cat".
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