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Lauded as a “fantasy world that you don’t want to miss out on”, the Courtlight and Crown Service series together consist of fourteen full-length novels that has entranced a global readership which has become “captivated from beginning to end”.

Both series weave an epic story of fantasy and romance, with avid comparisons to Tamora Pierce and Mercedes Lackey, as female protagonists to overcome the odds of her place in society while saving an empire from mortal peril.

You’ll find that each book adds to an intricate storyline that enchants an young adult audience (Grade: 7 – 12 / Age: 12 – 19) and leaves the reader wanting more unforgettable magic.

The first book for each series can be found on OverDrive:

Sworn To RaiseBlades Of Magic

The Courtlight Series is a USA Today Recommended Read (Sworn To Conflict) and has been reviewed favorably by Kirkus Reviews, Midwest Book Review, and RT Book Reviews.

“The magic in this fascinating fantasy world is intriguing, and I look forward to more adventure, suspense and romance!”

~ Leslie Jackson, Youth Services, Woodland Park Public Library

“Like Tamora Pierce, but bloodier.”

~ Athens-Limestone Public Library teen reader

“Edun’s complex magical system…and unpredictable plot twists set the stage for more adventures in this enchanted world.”
~ Kirkus Reviews

“Teens will find Sworn to Raise a compelling saga of magic, romance, and one young woman’s struggle to find and understand her role in her world.”
~ Midwest Book Review

Intriguing and compelling!
~ Whitney Waddell, Brentwood Public Librarian

If you’re a fantasy lover, this is one world you don’t want to miss out on!
~ City Of Books, #15 Best Reviewer on Goodreads

Sure to whet readers’ appetite for suspense and intrigue…
~ RT Book Review – 4 Stars



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Edun, Terah E.

Sworn to raise / by Terah Edun

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Summary: When seventeen-year-old peasant girl Ciardis is chosen for a position at court as a companion, she travels across the empire to begin a new life. To survive, she’ll need to master intrigue, befriend a crown prince, and learn to control magical abilities she never knew existed.

ISBN 978-1-62051-207-4 (hardcover) • 978-1-62051-186-2 (eBook)

[1. Fantasy. 2. Magic—Fiction. 3. Kings, queens, rulers, etc—Fiction. 4. Courts and Courtiers—Fiction. 5. Love—Fiction.] I. Title.

PZ7.E24963 Sw 2016     [Fic]—d23     2015920433




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