While hiding with Lord Owen, the Fae, and the human resistance, Aria questions everything she thought she understood. What are the Fae? Who is Aria herself?
More than refuge, Aria needs answers. Despite the appeal of Dr. Bartok’s talk of grace, the Empire’s darkness threatens to overwhelm Aria as she wrestles with questions of sin, justice, and love.
Colonel Grenidor has his own questions as he makes a new, powerful ally. How much can Edwin really be trusted? And what of the Slavemaster, who Edwin claims is an ally of the vampires opposing the Empire? Colonel Grenidor’s research on the vampires has grown increasingly dangerous, with consequences for the Fae, vampires, and the supernatural entities on both sides of the conflict.
Following Things Unseen, this second book in A Long-Forgotten Song is a riveting Christian fantasy that explores the depth of sin and the miracle of redemption.
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“I was very excited to start this book because I really wanted to know what was going to happen to Owen and Aria. After reading book 1, I was captivated by these two characters and wanted to see where things were going. This book turned out so different from what I was expecting, not that it was a bad thing. In fact, it made for a very interesting read. I did not expect many of the things that happened and I can see a lot of parallels that surprised me. I will not tell you any more because it could become a spoiler very quickly and I don’t like spoilers. I completely enjoyed this book and looking forward to reading the next one in the series.”
“I have waited entirely too long before reading book 2. I shall not wait that long to read the final instalment. And Incredibly fantastic story taking the truth of God’s mercy and blending in a fantasy Story line. I could hardly put it down.”
“I’ve been waiting anxiously for this since I finished Things Unseen and it doesn’t disappoint. Picking up right where book one ends, The Dragon’s Tongue is a satisfying continuation of the story of Aria and Owen. It beautifully blends in a strong discussion of God’s sovereignty and apologetics with a fast moving plot and deep , relatable characters. Book 3 can’t get here soon enough.”
“I really, really enjoyed this book. You need to have read the previous volume, Things Unseen, but this one takes the whole fae/vampire/urban dystopia thing in a quite (for me, anyway) unexpected and delightful direction, introducing clear Christian themes of sin and Grace in a thoroughly organic way.”