Where The Sky Spills Into The Stars

by Minerva Malfiere

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Sunila can't sing to save her life. In a family where singing is magic, and magic is life, that's a problem. She yearns for the day that an escape from her suffocating village existence will wash up from the river that feeds the town rice paddies - until one day, it does, in the form of a boy named Aster. A nobleman searching for answers to great mysteries of the universe, he's taken a wrong turn into Sunila's backwaters boondocks and needs her help to get back on his feet. Sunila agrees to travel with him, on one condition: she will never be shamed for her lack of ability to sing magic again. Together, they embark on a whirlwind adventure - complete with dragons, ancient scrolls of untold power, and one wayward princess-in-hiding - and, along the way, discover that the nature of Sunila's supposed lack of magic - and her very existence - may not be as she has always been told...

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