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Dickinson delivers the final novel in his trilogy. Atti is the Fatal Child. Beautiful and adored, she is troubled by a recurring nightmare of violence and betrayal.

Dickinson delivers the final novel in his trilogy. Driven by his love for Atti, Ambrose gives up his wandering existence and takes the throne.

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Childhood in medieval England was determined by both social and biological factors. According to common law, childhood ranged from the birth of a child until he or she reached the age of 12. At this point, the child was seen as capable and competent to understand his or her actions, thus rendering them responsible for them. According to canon law, girls could marry at the age of 12 and boys at the age of 14.

The final novel in this compelling trilogy set in a medieval fantasy world. Beautiful and adored, she is troubled by a recurring nightmare of violence and betrayal

The final novel in this compelling trilogy set in a medieval fantasy world. She can love no one and trust no one, and she wakes screaming in the night. Atti is the Fatal Child

The final novel in this compelling trilogy set in a medieval fantasy world.


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This spectacular high fantasy is the third book in a trilogy including THE CUP OF THE WORLD and THE WIDOW AND THE KING. Dickinson uses a mixture of political intrigue, frightening battles, and treacherous relationships.

The novel starts with Thomas Padry, counselor to King Gueronius, saving a mysterious young girl in the midst of a battle. Atti is a beautiful child, and as the years pass Padry finds peace in her presence.

When Atti decides she must pursue the elusive Prince Under the Sky, Padry follows. However, finding Atti takes Padry on a harder journey than he anticipated. He must ask Raymonde, a nobleman's son and a murderer, to help him on his way, and then he must trust Talifer, one of the seven sons of historic Wulfram the Seafarer. Danger, witchcraft, and dragons are just a few of the things Padry faces.

Atti's story is also told by Melissa, a teenage girl who becomes Atti's maid. Melissa's humble background is the opposite of Atti's privileged one. However, the two walk together through the journey Atti has chosen.

Atti further becomes a significant part of the Prince Under the Sky's quest as Ambrose takes over his rightful throne and attempts to save his world from the weeping goddess whose tears pollute the hearts of men, causing discord and discontent.

Readers will be drawn into this well-written tale and follow closely as Ambrose strives to bring peace back to his world.

Reviewed by: Theresa L. Stowell