Nothing unites old enemies like new ones. This is especially true for the inhabitants of Panamindorah as they begin to set aside their differences to fight their true enemies. In Laven-lay, wolflings and wood fauns are sharing counsel for the first time in a generation. In Danda-lay, cliff fauns and cats have joined forces in a last desperate attempt to save the city from the swamp faun invaders. In Kazar swamp, cats and their shelts have been reunited after hundreds of years of separation and abuse. But have all these answers and reunions come too late? Time is running out to stop their true enemy. The ruin of Selbis is awaking to welcome her king. Gabalon is coming home.
This is the third book in The Prophet of Panamindorah trilogy. If you haven’t listened to Books I and II, you might want to start there. If you need a refresher, listen to the brief summary of Book II.
|Realism:||Fantasy world where magic is prevalent|
|Sexual Preference:||Irrelevant or N/A|
Styles & Themes
|Humor:||Moments of levity|
|Inspires Reader to Feel:||Nostalgic/Happy|
|Mysteries & Puzzles:||Significant mystery(ies) are core to driving the story|
|Physical Action:||Frequent action, driven by threat to safety or life by antagonist(s)|
|Political/Social Commentary:||Story is intended as metaphor for social or political theme(s)|
|Romance:||Minor romance, not a significant story driver|
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