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Stealing Sorcery

(The second book in the War of Broken Mirrors series)
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The immortal sorcerers - three legendary figures that toppled the empire of Xixis. Each has lived for over a hundred years, leaving a powerful legacy in their wake.

But their children do not share their renowned immortality - and when the firstborn son of Edrick Theas is killed, the sorceress Lydia Hastings is called to investigate the murder. When she discovers a sorcerous trail left by a creature of unfathomable power, she quickly realizes she needs outside help. And while Jonan Kestrian - a spy for a rival military power - might not be Lydia's first choice for an ally, she knows that he has the knowledge and skills that she needs.

While Lydia and Jonan trace the assassin's trail, Taelien undergoes the Trials of Unyielding Steel, a series of tests to ensure his entry into the Paladins of Tae'os. As he trains for his trials, Taelien faces his fiercest rival yet - Velas Jaldin, a former member of Orlyn's Queensguard with the power to manipulate motion at her whim. With skills far beyond those of an ordinary soldier, the former Queensguard might be the killer that Lydia seeks - or the assassin's next victim.


This is the second book in the War of Broken Mirrors series.There arethree series in this story universe. You can pick up these series in any order,but this is the chronological sequence:
The War of BrokenMirrors Series

Forging Divinity
Stealing Sorcery
Defying Destiny
Weapons andWielders Series

Six Sacred Swords
Soulbrand (Coming Soon)
Arcane AscensionSeries

Sufficiently AdvancedMagic
On theShoulders of Titans
The Torch that Ignites the Stars
Arcane AscensionBook 4 (Coming Soon)
For alternate recommended reading orders, check out
Finally, check out Andrew's books outside of this universe as well:
Other Books
How to Defeat a Demon Kingin Ten Easy Steps
For more information, check out Andrew's blog at

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