Between truth and deception between justice and abuse a stonewiser stands alone with the stones. Or so begins the stonewiser's oath. But what happens when a rebellious stonewiser discovers that lies have tainted the stone tales? In a world devastated by the rot's widespread destruction only the tales preserved in the stones can uphold the truth and defend the Goodlands. In this world stone truth is valued above anyone's word and stonewisers are the only ones capable of retrieving the tales in the stones the only link between the past and the present order and chaos. Sariah is the most gifted stonewiser of her generation but her talent does not atone for her shortcomings. A survivor of the Guild's brutal training she is curious willful and disobedient. Yet not even Sariah is prepared for what she finds when she steals into the Guild's Sacred Vaults: A mayhem of lies and intrigues that shatters her world. Determined to find the stone truth and desperate to escape the Guild's wrath Sariah is forced into an unlikely alliance with Kael a cynical stubborn rebel leader of the wrong blood who has come to the Guild's keep on a mysterious quest of his own. She loathes him. He distrusts her. Yet an undeniable pull exists between them. The exhausting attraction is more than an inconvenience it's heresy. Hunted persecuted and betrayed Sariah must find the courage to forsake a lifetime of blind devotion and confront the terrible choices she must make. To heal her dying world she must destroy it first. And to restore the stone truth she must choose between the stones she's pledged to serve and the only man she's ever trusted. But not even the grueling journey has prepared Sariah for what she's about to discover. Because nothing is as it seems and the truth is more intricate and devastating than she ever suspected. Vibrant with detail alive with engaging and compelling characters and packed with intriguing action and unforeseen twists Stonewiser is an unforgettable adventure an exquisite heartwarming tale from a mesmerizing storyteller.
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