The stunning conclusion to the Celestial Kingdom Duology, the instant Sunday Times bestseller! After winning her mother's freedom from the Emperor, Xingyin lives peacefully at home on the moon. But that fragile peace is threatened by a strange new magic - Xingyin is determined to keep clear of danger, but the discovery of a shocking truth forces her to flee her home once more. Xingyin and her companions venture to the Immortal Realm, encountering monarchs, legendary creatures, beloved friends and bitter foes on their travels. For an unspeakable terror sweeps the realm - Xingyin must uncover the truth of her heart and rise against this evil before it destroys everything she holds dear, and all she has grown to love ... Inspired by the legend of Chang'e the Moon Goddess, this is the sequel to Sue Lynn Tan's captivating debut, Daughter of the Moon Goddess. In the second book in the Celestial Kingdom Duology, Tan weaves Chinese mythology into a sweeping adventure of love and family, immortals and magic - penning a modern classic sure to enchant.