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Strange Moons Rising

Strange Moons Rising (Paperback)

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Lost? How can an experienced Traveller who regularly travelled through the portals from world to world, get lost?! Addamus couldn't understand it... and what made it worse was the fact that he couldn't remember anything either! Listening to his new-found friends, Ahrella and Horace, he learns that they all knew each other from the past; but how was he to remember, when he didn't even recognise the language he was speaking!? Together with Ahrella, and her pixy servant, Horace, they travel to Shamorra, principal city in the Realm of Cor'Vhinnia where, Ahrella hopes, they might find answers. But their journey is beset with strange and violent weather conditions and the party barely escape with their lives.? In Shamorra they seek out Arramel, a scientist and fellow Traveller who knows something of Addamus's plight: but, having found him, things seem to become more complicated rather than helping Addamus with his memory!? Together, the four are faced with what is probably their biggest challenge and prepare to stand up to their enemy of legend - the Mhagash people of Mhagenna - and a difficult journey across the mountains. But here again, what they thought was true, wasn't... Events in Mhagenna have taken a surprising turn, and what they find there is possibly the last thing they expected!? Battling their way through the portals between worlds they must pool their resources with some unlikely allies and defeat the threat to Cor'Vhinnia and the Northern Realms, a mission often fraught with danger! And of Addamus's memory? Well, you'll have to read Strange Moons Rising to find out!

Children'sFiction & true storiesFantasy & magical realismChildren'sFiction & true storiesScience fictionFiction & PoetryFantasyFiction & PoetryScience Fiction Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers Publication Date: 30/11/2012 ISBN-13: 9781849631877  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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