Indigo is traveling with a family of performers, who have kind of adopted her in their midst. But all goes well until they reach a land where people start to rise from their beds and going soemwhere no one knows of, the crops start to bligth and amongst other things the sun doesn't rise.
In this state of eternal night and a forest of thorns growing everywhere, Indigo is sure she has found her demon, but to locate him, that's more difficult. The demon seems to be everywhere, through his illusions, and Indigo's powers of denial must be great not to believe him.
It's interesting how we see from book to book the development of Indigo's character, she really evolves becoming more determined,… Read more