Wildness is a kind of magic
Discover a land of enchantment, legend, and adventure in this second book of The Immortals series, featuring an updated cover - perfect for longtime fans and newcomers alike.
Diane has wild magic: the ability to talk to and sway the actions of animals. When Daine is summoned to help a pack of wolves - friends from her old village - she and her mentor, the legendary mage Numair, travel to Dunlath Valley to answer the call. But when they arrive, Daine learns that it's not only animals whose lives are threatened; people are in danger, too.
Dunlath's rulers have discovered black opals in their valley. They're dead set on mining the opals and using the magic contained in the stones to overthrow King Jonathan. Even if it means irreversibly damaging the land - and killing their workers. Daine must master her wild magic if she is to save the ones she loves - both human and animal . . .
Discover a land of enchantment, legend, and adventure in this second book of The Immortals series, featuring an updated cover for longtime fans and newcomers alike.
Tamora Pierce is the New York Times bestselling author of the The Song of the Lioness series, The Numair Chronicles, The Immortals series and The Protector of the Small quartet. Pierce was born in South Connellsville, Pennsylvania and her parents were originally going to call her `Tamara', but the nurse who filled out her birth certificate had never heard of that name before and accidentally misspelled it. A passionate reader from an early age, devouring encyclopaedias, Dr Seuss books and J.R.R. Tolkien, writing helped Pierce get through her parents' divorce. In her junior year at college, she sold her first story and went on to publish The Song of the Lioness in 1983: changing the landscape of fantasy fiction forever. An award-winning, multiple New York Times bestselling author whose books have been published all over the world, Pierce lives in New York with her husband.