Still working on the blurb for BEYOND THE PROPHECY.
Here’s what I have so far–on the third try. Still not there, yet.
Being one of a handful graced—or cursed—with both kinds of magic places Vatar at the center of turmoil. In more ways than one.
As power shifts in his adopted city, Vatar must choose. Support the traditional rulers for the sake of stability, even though their rule is based on a lie. Or reveal that lie and help those who would create a new order. Only Vatar, with ties to both sides, is in a position to decide which is best.
But that choice will have to wait while he tries to find a way to deal with enemies gathering on the border. Foes that could mean disaster for both his city and the plains-dwelling tribe who raised him. Only magic can provide a reliable defense. Magic the plains people fear more than any enemy.
But when he’s captured by one of those enemies, Vatar will have to prove his boast that it’s impossible to imprison anyone who can do what he can—or die.
Now, if I can just find a way to work in some of the unique aspects of the world without driving the word count up.
Yeah, blurbs are hard.