"Trouble seems to follow Faia. She's never learned to follow the rules, and, more importantly, has never truly realized her potentail for magic. After upsetting a system of magic hundreds of years old--while still a teenager--all Faia wants to do is settle down. And then the gods came to call."
Trouble just seems to follow Faia. She's a powerful mage, perhaps the most powerful Arhel has ever seen. But she's never really learned how to follow the rules and, more importantly, never truly realized her potential for magical power. After upsetting a system of magic hundreds of years old while a mere teenager (see FIRE IN THE MIST and BONES OF THE PAST) now all Faia wants to do is settle down to raise her rambunctious young daughter in peace . . . and then the gods came to call. It is Faia's fate to end life as it has been for millenia on Arhel, and to reunite it with the rest of the world. Much as Faia will fight it, Fate will have its way with her--but even the gods won't be the same when she's done.