Banner of the Damned

Banner of the Damned

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Penguin Putnam
Emras, a scribe assigned to the intelligent and beautiful Princess Lasva of Colend, is on trial. But why? Emras had accompanied Lasva to the barbaric, martial land of Marloven Hesea years before so Lasva could join her betrothed, a Marloven prince. But before Emras left Colend, she was charged with a secret mission from her queen: to monitor her new home for signs of the insidious and dangerous influence of Norsunder?a magical land once thought to be legend, but now known to exist.

What went wrong? If Emras was acting on orders from her queen, why is she on trial now?


Random House, Inc.
Emras, a scribe assigned to the intelligent and beautiful Princess Lasva of Colend, is on trial. But why? Emras had accompanied Lasva to the barbaric, martial land of Marloven Hesea years before so Lasva could join her betrothed, a Marloven prince. But before Emras left Colend, she was charged with a secret mission from her queen: to monitor her new home for signs of the insidious and dangerous influence of Norsunder—a magical land once thought to be legend, but now known to exist.

What went wrong? If Emras was acting on orders from her queen, why is she on trial now?

Baker & Taylor
After leaving Colend to marry Prince Ivandred of Marloven Hesea, Princess Lasva finds herself, along with her scribe, Emras, caught up in a war fueled by a mage in league with the magical land of Norsunder.

Baker
& Taylor

After leaving Colend to marry Prince Ivandred of Marloven, Princess Lasva sparks the outrage of her sister, the Queen, who is concerned about a future that unites both countries in this new novel from the author of the popular Inda series. 12,500 first printing.


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Jul 18, 2012

Another fascinating fantasy epic from Sherwood Smith – this one follows the adventures of a Colendi princess and her scribe as they encounter life among the Marlovens. A little more transparent than the Inda series, but equally compelling as an investigation of court intrigue.

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