Curse Breaker | Pursued

Curse Breaker | Pursued

Vaulting from boulder to boulder, he crossed the white-capped river mere feet from the falls themselves. On the far shore, he broke into a run and hit the maze the rich had dubbed the Lower Quarters. Though squalor, even one with such a genteel moniker, was still rankest poverty.

Reeking of urine, rotting food, and unwashed bodies, the stink grew stronger as Sarn fled the river and headed towards the galleries where the indentured dwelt. His footfalls echoed despite his attempts to run silently down twisting tunnels. He hurried, breaking off just before he reached one of the less populated caverns.

Let his brother and son be ok. That thought drummed in his head, growing louder every time he caught sight of the ghost of the dead boy dogging his heels.

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After an enchanted tree abducts Sarn, he’s thrust into a mystery revolving around a double homicide. Can Sarn protect his son, keep his masters happy and help the dead boy haunting him?

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21 thoughts on “Curse Breaker | Pursued

    1. The Foundlings? Sarn took his brother and son and left them after his son’s mother disappeared. He still provides food for them but he won’t live with them anymore. Though he only lives a hundred paces away…so he hasn’t gone far. Thank you for reading and commenting. It means so much to me.

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        1. I’m glad you’re wondering🙂 I decided to spare the reader the Foundlings’ drama in this book since most of the book takes place away from where they live and Sarn avoids them when he is home. They remind him of what he’s lost and they want things from that he can’t give. They’re a serious thorn in his side in the next book and one after that. Even in this boom he can’t completely escape their long shadow. However, maybe I should let you meet them.

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    1. You know that’s a great explanation. I’ve been waiting for Sarn to come up with some logic behind what he see when the magic’s on him. I know he sees his loved ones as stars on his mental map but that’s as far as I have gotten. The soul theory works well with what pops up later in the story. Thank you!

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