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Shadowborn - Darkborn Trilogy, #3

  • Number: 9780451463944
  • Release: 2011-06-07
  • Author: Alison Sinclair
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: * SF: Fantasy
  • Publisher: ROC

From the author of Lightborn, the third book in a Regency- flavored fantasy series of magic and manners.

Magic dies with the mage, or so the Darkborn believe. That's why Lady Telmaine Hearne has been condemned to death for sorcery. She's escaped but is now bound with her mageborn allies for the Borders and war. Meanwhile, her husband, Balthasar, has learned of his family connection to the Shadowborn-and is fighting for survival and sanity as magic turns him against everything he holds dear.



  • Number: 9780451462701
  • Release: May 05, 2009
  • Author: Alison Sinclair
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: * SF: Fantasy
  • Publisher: Penguin Group

For the Darkborn, sunlight kills. For the Lightborn, darkness if fatal. Living under a centuries-old cures, the Darkborn and the Lightborn shar the city of Minhorne, coexisting in an easy equilibrium but never interacting.

When Balthasar Hearne, Darkborn physician, finds a pregnant fugitive on his doorstep just before sunrise, he has no choice but to take her in. Tercelle Amberley’s betrothed is a powerful Darkborn nobleman, but her illicit lover came to her through the daytime. When she gives birth to twin boys, Balthasar realizes that they can see – something unheard of among the Darkborn.

Two days after the birth, men arrive in search of the children. Balthasar is saved only by the intervention of his Lightborn neighbor – and healed by the hands of his wife, Telmaine. Soon Balthasar finds himself drawn deeper into a web of political intrigue and magical attacks as an ancient enemy of both Darkborn and Lightborn appears in a new guise, while Telmaine must confront a power she can no longer keep sheathed in gloves – a power she neither wants nor can control.