Writing the Ride

Candace Carrabus Books
 

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The Roar of Smoke is coming…

I’m so excited about this book.

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Tressida is a smoke-spinner, a meldborn. It’s a lethal legacy, a forbidden force. Daughter of Crone and Sage, by law she should have been killed at birth.

Now she’s seventeen, wanting only to be a member of her land’s vanished Horseguard and discovering she is more than she ever knew as first her eyes and then her hair turn to smoke. Just as she learns she can fulfill her dream of working with horses, her talent awakens an ancient and deadly feud.

On one side—those claiming the honor of destroying a meldborn. On the other—those intending to use her for their own ends. Sida must master her talent in order to save herself and those she loves.

Is she strong enough?

Or will the roar of smoke consume her?


A fast-paced adventure story sure to please horse lovers and fantasy fans
of all ages,
and leave them chomping at the bit for more.”

T.W. Fendley, author of the ZERO TIME CHRONICLES and THE LABYRINTH OF TIME


Takes readers on a page-turning adventure, full of magic, charming heroes,
a brave heroine, and especially horses.
You will have trouble putting this YA fantasy down.

Margo Dill, author of CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO CURSES and FINDING MY PLACE


…a journey astride a fantasy that is already one of my favorite horse stories ever,
and a sure-to-be classic that had me thinking about the adventure
long after the final hurdle.

B K Nault, author of  THE KALEIDOSCOPE


Fantasy and horse lovers alike will enjoy this descriptive tale of a
magical girl and her passion for horses.

–Sharon Miner, author of the BELOVED HORSES series


New fantasy set in the world of The Horsecaller

Cover reveal and available for pre-order: April 27

Release date: May 18


What advance readers are saying:

I love the characters and the plot unfolds just fast enough for me!

Very exiting!”

I love Sida, and your world. The story is compelling and page turning.”

Well, you did it again. Left me wanting more.”

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