The Spirit War (Eli Monpress Book 4)

By Rachel Aaron

Eli Monpress is useless. he is cocky. And he is a thief.

But he is a thief who has simply visible his bounty crowned and he is not chuffed approximately it. The bounty topper, because it seems, is his ally, bodyguard, and grasp swordsman, Josef. Who has been conserving secrets and techniques from Eli. it sounds as if, he is the one prince of a slightly feisty kingdom and his mom (a bold queen who is every piece as pushed and obdurate as he's) desires him to return domestic and do his accountability, this means that throwing over own objectives like proving he is the best swordsman who ever lived.

Family drama apart, Eli and Josef have their fingers complete. The Spirit courtroom has been usurped by means of the Council of Thrones and anyone calling herself the Immortal Empress is staging an important invasion. yet it is not simply politics --- the Immortal Empress has a particular aim in brain: Eli Monpress, the best thief on the earth.

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