The Snow Queen's Shadow (Princess, Book 4)

The Snow Queen's Shadow (Princess, Book 4)

Jim C. Hines

Language: English

Pages: 247

ISBN: B007362HA0

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

When a spell gone wrong shatters Snow White's enchanted mirror, a demon escapes into the world. The demon's magic distorts the vision of all it touches, showing them only ugliness and hate. It is a power that turns even friends and lovers into mortal foes, one that will threaten humans and fairies alike.

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reason he hadn’t fired was because he might need to bargain with Talia to get his sister back, but she had no idea how long he would wait. He didn’t strike her as the patient sort. “Take off that necklace of yours,” Hansel said. “Slowly.” Snow touched the back of her choker. Gold wire unraveled, and the choker fell into her hand, its small oval mirrors clinking together. She glanced at the largest, searching for Talia, but it was dark outside, and Talia was moving too quickly to make out any

guards up here?” “I sent them away,” said Talia. “Will you please tell Gerta how many times Fairytown has used loopholes in the treaty to—” “It’s in their nature,” Gerta countered. “Might as well ask a bird not to fly, or an Arathean not to be so stubborn.” “I’m not saying we shouldn’t reexamine the treaty,” Talia said. “Only that our first priority has to be the protection of our people.” “Most fairies have never raised a hand against humans. Would you imprison them all to protect us from

for something—anything—to hunt and chase. Talia hopped from the rail and crossed the deck to listen as Danielle questioned the dolphins. Her communication with the animals went in only one direction, so she spent much of her time trying to understand the dolphins’ reports. One of the dolphins darted away a short distance, then returned. The wind swallowed Danielle’s question, but the dolphin jumped from the water, chittering loudly before diving beneath the waves. Danielle’s gaze followed them

she found those flaws. “Your Majesty, Allesandria will soon fall into civil war.” He paused for effect, then shook his head. “No, war is too neat a term for the chaos spreading through this land. Laurence means to disband the Circle and give the crown to you. Half the provinces have already spoken out against him.” “Only half?” Snow asked. Tirill stumbled. “Your Majesty, Allesandria has seen your power. Word has spread that Queen Ermillina is returned to her homeland to take the crown from her

sakes. Talia scowled when she saw Danielle watching her. “Come on. The sooner we leave these damned fairies behind, the happier I’ll be.” “Damned fairies?” Danielle repeated. “Does that include me as well?” The words sounded strange. In her mind, she was as human as Talia . . . though perhaps that wasn’t the best comparison, given the magic flowing through Talia’s blood. “Don’t be stupid,” Talia snapped. Danielle knew Talia well enough to know her barbs weren’t personal, her anger not

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