This book cannot be returned.
Cedrick Custod is running out of time. This "farm boy" has learned much about his place in the world, but now he must learn to trust that world. New enemies are emerging. The unknowns of the past dog his every move, and if he can't find the answers in time, all will be lost. But can he trust of what he learns? Are these legends, myths, and prophecies to be trusted? How do you trust a world that isn't honest with you? If Cedrick can't learn the truth behind his father's hatred, the political intrigue among his own troops, and even his wife's past, everything he has gained will be for nothing. Can he find the truth in time and trust it? Or will his confidence be their undoing?