The Second Song of EirrenBook - 1998
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Breo-Saight's life changed forever when, as a little girl, she witnessed her father's murder. Now a young woman and a champion archer, she wanders far and wide in search of the men who killed her father--an unusual path for a highborn maiden of Eirren.
When she is called home to her nursemaid's deathbed, Brie discovers her birthright: a magical golden arrow. Seeming to possess a will of its own, the arrow strikes down its targets with a blast of eldritch flame. Each time Brie uses it, she and the arrow grown more alike--single-minded, driven, deadly.
It is the arrow that adds fuel to Brie's bitterness and inspires her to hold fast to her vow of revenge on her father's murderers. And it is the arrow that leads Brie to a strange country where she find the happiness she's always longer for. But she also finds evil at work in the sinister doings of a one-eye sorcerer, whose only fear is the young archer and the fire arrow.
Can courageous Brie destroy the sorcerer? Or will her obsession with revenge destroy [italics]her[/italics] first?
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