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Princess of Highland

By: Erik Schubach
Narrated by: Brenda McGinnis
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Sparo Rising is a spinoff series from the Techromancy Scrolls. Each book features a standalone story of a different side character from the Techromancy Scrolls that listeners wished to hear more about. This sixth book centers around Shavon Fisher of Solomon and her rise to power.

Almost three thousand years after an extinction level event on Earth, mankind seeks to regain its former glory in a new world where magic and technology collide.

Desiree Weaver was taken from the realm of Hell's Gate as a child, losing everything to a Marauder raid—her home, her family, her happiness.

Given a new name, Shavon, she is raised far away from the Burning Desert in Hell's Gate, in the prosperous realm of Solomon upon the Great Sea, by a Fisher couple.

One day, Shavon Fisher's life is changed irrecoverably once again by a chance meeting of a mysterious woman at Carnival, who would wind up raising Shavon to unimaginable heights as the Crowned Princess of Highland Reach and all the realms of Sparo.

©2024 Erik Schubach (P)2024 Erik Schubach

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