In the twenty-fifth year of the reign of Cyne Colfre, a fifteen year-old girl named Mereddyd-a-Lagan sought to wield powers reserved, until now, for men. Would she attain the station of Osraed…or die a heretic like the one who went before her?
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They said Meredydd-a-Lagan was a fluke—a rebellious girl who went to the Meri’s Sea in defiance of tradition. She was no fluke. She trod the path of Taminy-a-Cuinn, the girl who sought the Meri one hundred years before. Taminy was said to have drowned, but she did not. She became what she sought; the Meri—the Being who stands between God and Man. Now, she’s human again and back from the Sea with a purpose: To save Caraid-land… from its own king.
Some call her Taminy-Osmaer - Divinely Glorious. Some call her Taminy-Wicke and ward against her. Which of these is the petite 17-year-old who has fled with her followers to the high crags of the Gyldan-Baenn? This is the question that tears Caraid-land apart, splitting families, pitting the noble Houses against each other and throwing the religious order into chaos. Daimhin Feich - the man who would be king - knows only this: Taminy-a-Cuinn, whether angel or demon, has something he must have if he is to redeem his own fortunes and that of his House.