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The Sisterhood of the Blade rules Medalon with an iron fist – a fist that wears the gauntlet of the Defenders, elite warriors sworn to uphold the Sisters and keep Medalon free of heathen influence.

R’shiel, daughter of the First Sister of the Blade, has pulled against the short leash of her mother ever since she was a child. Her half-brother, Tarja, is the dutiful son who serves as a captain in the Defenders. But when they run afoul of their mother’s machinations, they must flee for their lives. They soon find themselves caught up in the rebellion against the Sisterhood, though they revile their fellow conspirators’ heathen belief in the Harshini – a fabled race of magical beings thought long extinct.

But then Tarja and R’shiel encounter Brak, a Harshini outcast, who forces them to face the most shocking fact of all: R’shiel just may be the Demon Child, brought into this world to destroy an evil god.

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Australia Jennifer Fallon was born in the Australian town of Carlton, a suburb of Melbourne. She was the ninth of thirteen daughters. She was not even eleven when her father, a civil servant, was transferred to work in the capital, and the whole family moved to Canberra. She attended Catholic Girls High School, now Merici College, Braddon. At the age of 15, she graduated from high school and began to try to make a living. She was also a storekeeper in a bookstore that sold detective stories, then a salesman, an advertising manager, a secretary-assistant. She happened to be a manager in a car rental company, head a video salon, be a cosmetics sales manager for a large cosmetics company, she also worked in the State Medical Department. When Jennifer was 13 years old, her mother died - exhausted by numerous births, her body was severely depleted and could not withstand the stress associated with the move. Mom was for Jennifer, first of all, an example to follow, since she was en...

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Australia Jennifer Fallon was born in the Australian town of Carlton, a suburb of Melbourne. She was the ninth of thirteen daughters. She was not even eleven when her father, a civil servant, was transferred to work in the capital, and the whole family moved to Canberra. She attended Catholic Girls High School, now Merici College, Braddon. At the age of 15, she graduated from high school and began to try to make a living. She was also a storekeeper in a bookstore that sold detective stories, then a salesman, an advertising manager, a secretary-assistant. She happened to be a manager in a car rental company, head a video salon, be a cosmetics sales manager for a large cosmetics company, she also worked in the State Medical Department. When Jennifer was 13 years old, her mother died - exhausted by numerous births, her body was severely depleted and could not withstand the stress associated with the move. Mom was for Jennifer, first of all, an example to follow, since she was engaged in writing, however, her books for children were not published, she wrote mainly for her daughters. Following her mother`s example, Jennifer wrote her first book in 1981, which was refused to be published, after which she burned the manuscript. She got married, gave birth to three children - two daughters and a son. In 1990, she wrote her first fantasy novel and realized that this was her vocation. By her own admission, she has written nearly a million words since then. In her free time from housekeeping and writing, she founded the Anzac Hill Gymnastics Club. It happened in 1991. With her wards, she won many national competitions and twice became the best coach of the year - in 1993 and 1995. In 1995, she divorced her husband. He told her that instead of wasting time on writing, which will never be published anyway, it would be better if she became a good housewife. Jennifer gave herself a vow that if none of her works were published before 2000, she would quit this occupation and find a job, since she had no intention of being a housewife at all. Released in 2000, the first book in the Demon Child trilogy immediately hit the bestseller lists. To date, 11 books have been released in four trilogies and one novel in the inter-author series "Stargate SG-1". And she is not going to stop there. Jennifer Fallon is now director of the Business Innovations Group and marketing coordinator for BentleyTel.com and teaches computer fundamentals and business planning at a local college while her home is still full of children, students, friends and family. © Wikipedia, Ozone