Sarah's journey to find her brother is growing more dangerous by the moment. With only two squabbling and strange brothers to guide her, and Harry's insistent requests to forget the journey altogether, she is feeling very lost and uncertain. Only Arys seems to breed within her a level of confidence. But Arys has grown more distant since they arrived in his world, a place that was once rich with jewels and treasures. There is much hidden about his life here, and Sarah wants to get to the bottom of it, but first she needs to find her brother Adam. As the journey becomes even more treacherous with their guides turning against them, and Sarah being trapped in the center of a lava-filled mountain, there is not much hope that her journey will prove successful. However, Arys and Harry both manage to aid her along the way, though neither are particularly happy about sharing her attention. When Arys is confronted by a foe from the past, he must overcome his own master in order to rescue Adam, and he hopes also, his daughter Letia. Sarah is overjoyed to finally be reunited with Adam, but Arys is crushed to discover that his daughter is nowhere to be found. Adam is relieved to be free, but he is holding a deep grudge against Arys, that only serves to make Sarah wonder if she has trusted him too quickly. The situation becomes much more complicated when they are unable to find their way out of the mountain and must rely on the guidance of a strange creature with a less than pleasant demeanor. Sarah is questioning herself constantly as to who she should trust, and feels herself pulled between Harry's affections and Arys' strong and undefinable draw. In the midst of all of this she cannot forget that her mother is still imprisoned by the Queen, and that it is only a matter of time before they will be forced to face the formidable woman, who Sarah has come to fear. As they travel between realms in an attempt to rescue Letia will Adam and Arys be able to put the issues between them to rest? Will Sarah be able to figure out who to trust? Will the young girl trapped in the middle of all of this chaos, ever be rescued from the Queen's wicked grasp? Perhaps the most important question, that Sarah does not even know to ask, is just who is Sarah? With mysteries only growing, and the conflict between what she feels and what her logical mind tells her constantly expanding, Sarah is faced with an entirely new challenge: Can she even trust her own brother?