By Juliet Marillier
Gorgeous Sorcha is the 7th baby and simply daughter of Lord Colum of Sevenwaters. Bereft of a mom, she is comforted by way of her six brothers who love and defend her. Sorcha is the sunshine of their lives, they're decided that she comprehend merely contentment.But Sorcha's pleasure is shattered while her father is bewitched through his new spouse, an evil enchantress who binds her brothers with a bad spell, a spell which merely Sorcha can lift-by staying silent. If she speaks sooner than she completes the hunt set to her via the reasonable folks and their queen, the woman of the wooded area, she's going to lose her brothers perpetually. whilst Sorcha is abducted through the enemies of Sevenwaters and brought to a international land, she is torn among the will to save lots of her liked brothers, and a love that comes just once. Sorcha despairs at ever with the ability to whole her job, however the magic of the reasonable people is familiar with no limitations, and love is the most powerful magic of them all...
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We would be better, perhaps, to unite with them against our common enemies. But no: your strategy, like theirs, is to kill and maim without seeking for answers. In time, you will lose your sons as you lost your brothers, in blind pursuit of an ill-defined goal. To win this war, you must talk to your foe. Learn to understand him. If you shut him out, he will always outwit you. There is death and suffering and a long time of regret in your future, if you follow this path. " His words were strange; his tone chilled me.
She lay back then, eyes closed, and we went softly out, and so we did not witness the moment of her passing. We put the seed in the ground and the tree took form within it and began to grow. She is gone, but the tree lives, and through this she gives us her strength, which is the strength of all living things. My father had allies as well as enemies. The whole of the northern land was patchworked with tuaths like his, some larger, most a great deal smaller, each held by its lord in an uneasy truce with a few neighbors.
He was a man of solid build and stern appearance, and everything about him spoke of discipline. He dressed plainly; still, there was something about him that told you, instantly, that he was a leader. He wore his brown hair tied tightly back. Everywhere he went, from hall to courtyard, from sleeping quarters to stables, his two great wolfhounds padded silently behind him. That, I suppose, was his one indulgence. But even they had their purpose. Each time he came home, he went through the motions of greeting us all and checking our progress, as if we were some crop that might eventually be fit for harvest.
Daughter of the Forest (The Sevenwaters Trilogy, Book 1) by Juliet Marillier
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