"Exciting, complex and richly textured, with a world you'll believe and a protagonist you have to cheer for—Silky is wonderful."
—Holly Lisle, author of Diplomacy of Wolves, Vengeance of Dragons, and
Courage of Falcons.
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Years of slavery have robbed Silky of his magical abilities, and left him with no expectations of a better life --until his act of unselfish bravery delivers him into the hands of a powerful Lord of the Land. Adapting to the new household, he struggles to recover the magic that can help him protect Lord Reed from his dangerous enemies.
(From the Prelude) The fine white horses shied as they slipped into the haze of magic; but the driver, oblivious to the danger, gave a shout and tried to force them on.
Sil knew the ambush was wrong, knew it was evil. Without thinking, he threw himself into the path of the white horses, shouting to frighten them away. He heard Master Morlin scream as he pulled all those precious supplies into danger with him...