A fun sword-and-sorcery read---
The King of Yurt was trying to track down rumors of the elusive blue rose to complete his award-winning garden.
The king's nephew was looking to solve the mystery surrounding his father's death.
The prince sought the Black Pearl, and artifact imbued with the magic of Solomon.
The priest was on a pilgrimage, and making a trip home.
Daimber the Wizard was just along for the ride.
Innocent of mind and pure of heart, the disparate group would encounter intrigue, treachery, black magic and a big blue djinn. And only Daimbert's ingenuity might be able to save their lives and their souls as the line grows thin between a fatal curse and finding one's heart's desire.
This book can stand alone quite well, but is the second book of the wizard Daimbert; it follows A BAD SPELL IN YURT.