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A mask can hide a thousand lies . . .
The gripping sequel to Seth Dickinson’s The Traitor, this is an extraordinary, Machiavellian fantasy of power and empire.
After fifteen years of lies and sacrifice, Baru has the power she’s always wanted. But can she really unmake this corrupt empire from within? This sweeping fantasy of politics and personal drama is utterly compelling.