Bevan, son of a powerful being, is down in the mortal realm where he falls for Ellid, the betrothed of Prince Cuin, setting up a rivalry between the two. Once Bevan proves his intentions to rid the world of Pel Blagden, Cuin comes round and they agree to put aside their petty differences. They recover the legendary magical sword of Hau Ferddas and must destroy Corradel Orre, the cauldron of Pel Blagden's power, but doing so will also doom Bevan to a mortal life. Bevan is betrayed by Pryce Dacarin who craves the fabled sword Hau Ferddas and he kills the white hart that Bevan's life is tied to. Bevan is saved by his mother Celowny who also takes mortal form to save her son and leaves him free to marry Ellid. Bevan however feels the need to journey over the sea never to return so leaves Ellid to Cuin, the man who truly loves her.
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The review of this Book prepared by Neil Morey