By Oisín McGann
Taya and Lorkrin are Myunans—shape-changers who can sculpt their flesh like modelling clay. They unintentionally unlock Shessil Groach, a timid botanist operating in captivity at the top-secret Harvest Tide venture. an immense manhunt is introduced by means of the sinister Noranian Empire, to be able to cease at not anything to guard its Project.With assistance from a scent-seller, a barbarian mapmaker and their uncle Emos, the kids and Groach preserve one step prior to the Noranians, whereas they fight to discover how to sabotage the Harvest Tide undertaking and dodge the catastrophe it's going to unharness.
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