|By (author):||Power, Rory|
|Subject:||FICTION / Action & Adventure|
|FICTION / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology|
|FICTION / Fantasy / Epic|
|FICTION / General|
|Size:||9.25in x 6.12in|
|From The Publisher*||Twins imbued with incredible magic and near immortality will do anything to keep their family safe-even if it tears the siblings apart-in the first book of a mythic epic fantasy duology from the New York Times bestselling author of Wilder Girls.|
Rhea and her twin brother, Lexos, have spent an eternity using cunning and magic to help rule their small, unstable country. Rhea controls the seasons to show favor to their most loyal stewards with bountiful harvests and short winters, while Lexos keeps the tides strong and impassable to maintain the country's borders.
Reigning over them both is their father, who holds dominion over death, using his most powerful weapon-fear-to keep the people, and his children, in line.
For a hundred years, Rhea and Lexos have been each other's only ally, defending themselves and their younger siblings against their father's increasingly unpredictable anger while also trying to keep up the appearance of unity and prosperity within their borders.
Now, with an independence movement gaining ground, other nations jockeying for power, and their father's iron grip weakening, the twins must take matters into their own hands to keep the world from crashing down around them. But as Rhea and Lexos travel beyond the security of their home to try to save their family, they begin to draw very different conclusions about their father's style of rule.
And if the siblings aren't careful, they'll end up facing each other on the battlefield.
In a Garden Burning Gold is a captivating saga of love and legacy that explores the limits of power and the bonds of family-and how far both can be bent before they break.
|Biographical Note||Rory Power lives in Rhode Island. She has an MA in prose fiction from the University of East Anglia and is the New York Times bestselling author of Wilder Girls and Burn Our Bodies Down.|