The wolf and the woodsman / Ava Reid.
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Summary:"Follows a young pagan woman with hidden powers and a one-eyed captain of the Woodsmen as they form an unlikely alliance to thwart a tyrant"--
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|Cook Memorial Library - La Grande||F Reid, A (Text)||35178001850265||Adult Fiction||Book||Branch_Only_3months||06/18/2021||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780062973122
- ISBN: 0062973126
- Physical Description: 418 pages : map ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Harper Voyager, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
- Copyright: ℗2021
"Follows a young pagan woman with hidden powers and a one-eyed captain of the Woodsmen as they form an unlikely alliance to thwart a tyrant"-- Provided by publisher
In her forest-veiled pagan village, Évike is the only woman without power. The villagers blame her corrupted bloodline-- her father was a Yehuli man, one of the much-loathed servants of the fanatical king. When soldiers arrive from the Holy Order of Woodsmen to claim a pagan girl for the king's blood sacrifice, Évike is betrayed by her fellow villagers and surrendered. Monsters attack en route, slaughtering everyone except Évike and the cold, one-eyed captain. But he's no ordinary Woodsman: he's the disgraced prince, Ǵáspár Bárány, whose father needs pagan magic to consolidate his power. Making a tenuous pact, they become bound by a shared history of alienation and oppression. -- adapted from jacket
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