P/S I mentioned posting an excerpt here today, but the post got really long, so you'll get the excerpt tomorrow!
If cursed is the hand that kills, then it wouldn’t matter if that same hand
stole, would it?
Tulen feels doubly cursed, forced to serve the bratty princess of Impian as
punishment for her crimes. When said princess embarks on a pilgrimage, Tulen
grabs her only chance to offer a sacrifice at the holy city of Suci—and maybe,
finally, feel clean again.
Sultan Mikal has set his face towards Suci—and certain death. Nothing about
his Penance is clear, except the fact that if he fails, Terang will fall along
When Tulen’s pilgrimage intersects with Sultan Mikal’s quest to fulfil the
Covenant of Salt, Tulen faces a difficult dilemma: What is her absolution
worth in the face of the sultanate’s very existence?
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