In the final book of The Stranger Trilogy, Amarta reaches the city-state of Seuan, where the Heart—a man famous for his predictions—awaits her.
As Amarta struggles to understand this extraordinary land full of threats and treasures, she resolves to protect those who cannot protect themselves, even if that means from herself. Step by step, Amarta unwraps secrets within secrets, coming to understand the cost of getting what she wants.
Innel at last gains a chance at redemption for all he has done, but can he pay the price?
The Seer and The Lord Commander's paths come together again, but their paths have changed them.
They meet as strangers.
Landfall—the third and final book of The Stranger Trilogy—brings Amarta’s and Innel’s journeys to a satisfying conclusion that will leave you breathless with wonder and wanting to start the journey all over again.
The hunted becomes the hunter as Amarta, The Seer, sets out across the land to find others like herself and to understand her own power.
On the way to the most famous predictor of all—the Heart of Seuan—Amarta walks the greatest wonder of the world: The Island Road, a living land mass that forms unpredictably, producing tremendous wealth for a lucky few.
As she travels, Amarta learns to wield her power in ways that she did not foresee, at a cost that she could not imagine.
Innel, the former Lord Commander, is sold into anonymous slavery. On his way to certain death, he is [instead] given to a wealthy Perripin merchant. Does the merchant know who he was before? Though they walk separate paths, Amarta and Innel's questions are one and the same: Who am I now?
Maelstrom—the second book of The Stranger Trilogy—continues Amarta’s and Innel’s journeys through fantastic lands and powerful magic.
Be sure to start with the first book in the trilogy, Unmoored, and to continue with the stunning conclusion in Landfall.
"I require a body."
Natun admitted to himself that his cousin Bolah's lack of reaction was impressive. He had timed his words to see if she might waver even the slightest. Mid-pour, she had been, the pink stream of tea forming a surface froth in his porcelain cup.
Her motion continued smooth and deliberate as she returned the tea cylinder to its place on the side table, then seated herself across from him.
"What sort of body, cousin?" she asked.
A body that could be viewed by thousands, yet still not truly be known. But how to say that, without revealing too much?
It was a terribly delicate matter.
The sequel to The Seer.
Finally liberated from her captor, Amarta—The Seer of Arunkel—travels south to Perripur, her former hunter—and lover—at her side.
She needs all the help she can get, because more hunters are tracking her, close behind.
As Amarta’s fame spreads across two countries, so does her need to understand herself, and to find others who can also see into the future.
Back in Arunkel, the man who once held Amarta's freedom—the queen's Lord Commander and Royal Consort—plays a deadly game with the aristocratic Houses. He must win if his queen and his child are to survive. He has not forgotten the Seer whom he once hunted, and held captive.
Amarta has not forgotten him, either.
Unmoored—the first book of The Stranger Trilogy—begins new adventures for Amarta, The Seer. Come explore this rich world, follow the court intrigue, and learn the truth about power.
Be sure to pick up the other books in the trilogy: Maelstrom and Landfall.