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While trying to teach her adopted daughter, Reema, how to work with molten glass, Opal receives a letter from Master Magician Zitora Cowan requesting Opal's immediate help. Zitora resigned from the Sitian Council over two years ago to search for her lost sister, and no one has heard from her since. The letter is probably a trick, but Opal refuses to pass up the opportunity to help her mentor, who may be in genuine trouble. Good thing Opal isn't that easy to fool. With her two soldier friends Nic and Eve providing backup, the three travel to a small town in the Jewelrose Clan. But can they rescue the Master Magician without being caught in the same trap?
©2016 Maria V. Snyder (P)2017 Maria V. Snyder
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By Cynthia R. Connolly on 02-15-17

Great Short Story<br />

I will listen to the dawn story again. love your books Maria V Snyder. your narrator is fantastic.

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By Lee on 01-23-17

Good Book Bad Narrator

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Gabra Zackman?

anyone would be better i find Gabra Zackman very monotonal in the reading of this if i had not already read all the other books and been introduced to them from this narration i would never buy the next book this is a shame as the books are very good and have emotonal plots that put you in the same place as the people

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