Let Sadie tell you about herself and Lunav, the world she lives in:
They don’t have dragons where I was born – not living ones, anyway – but here, everyone knows that dragon eggs grow on trees like leaves and need Dreams to hatch.
Without our Dreams, faerie Dreams, the dragons won’t survive. And neither will the rest of us.
They’ve been sending soldiers to slice into our skulls to stop us from Dreaming. To cure the blood plague, they say. Believe them or not, it adds up to one thing: my dragon may be the last one ever hatched.
I can keep that from happening; but no one trusts me.
Since I’m half-human and look it, I haven’t exactly bonded too easily with most of the faeries and centaurs in the Grove: I can pass far too well as the enemy.
But I’ve been using my looks to help me spy on the human monarchy. At 16, I’m the youngest one we’ve got.
Spying is a risky business: it, like Dreaming, is punishable by death. Slow death.
Still, I thought I was a pro. I can even pass as a boy when I want to. But then, they sent a new human magistrate to the Grove. Evelyn.
She might be the most beautiful girl I’ve ever seen, but I can’t figure out if I should trust her, or even if I should like her; she’s locked up my family and had my best friend shot. Then again, she’s also saved me and my dragon from her own army. And that means trouble. For the both of us.
But that’s not even the biggest problem: Evelyn’s here to lead the charge against Dreaming, and there’s something she doesn’t know.
I can still Dream.
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They don’t have dragons where half-faerie Sadie was born—not living ones, anyway—but in the Grove, everyone knows dragon eggs grow on trees like leaves and need Dreams to hatch. Without faerie Dreams, the dragons won’t survive. And neither will anyone else.
Brash, boyish sixteen-year-old Sadie uses her half-human status to spy on the human monarchy, who’ve made it illegal to Dream. But spying is a risky business. Still, Sadie thought she was a pro until they sent a new human magistrate to the Grove. Evelyn.
Evelyn might be the most beautiful girl Sadie’s ever seen, and Sadie might be betraying her family by falling in love with the ruthless leader who locks them up. But that’s not even the biggest obstacle between the two: Evelyn is leading the charge against Dreaming, and there’s something she doesn’t know. Sadie can still Dream.