Anthea returns to the Broken Crown with her companions. Her return spurs Corydon into new experiments, experiments he hopes will make a living compass to find Anthea with. Illias pushes Corydon's war ever further from the shores of Maethlin, even as Iago and the Elegian Empress Sanura begin to add their contributions to the conflict. Anthea's group, aided by some surprising allies, tries to raise a force great enough to attack Maethlin, Cenalium, and Corydon at his very home. Will flowers from the different lands of the Broken Crown be enough when Anthea's enemies are so insurmountable? When greater tests are given and the group splinters, each going their own ways, can they be joined again? Are the promises of the companions and the actions of the Gods enough to guide them through to the end?
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