Olin’s a rune mystic, and he’s managed to keep it a secret so far. The problem of course, is all secrets are revealed in the fullness of time.
He’s in for a hell of a time, and more secrets than his own will be revealed, as Tanner finally puts his magic where his mouth is and makes a bid for power. He may be a mystic, but he’s still average in power, and still relatively weak as a seven-month-old apprentice.
Will he be up to the challenge?
Note: This is the second book of a trilogy. No major cliffhangers but expect a few unresolved minor and overarching plot threads. This story is told in the third person limited, from Olin’s point of view.