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Books in The Chronicles of Prydain series

  • The Chronicles Of Rain: The Lost Children Of Tarris

    Peter Crawl

    Paperback (Independently published, Feb. 11, 2019)
    "Rain is a troubled young boy, who has never reconciled with the loss of his beloved older sister. Her unexplained disappearance left a significant burden to bear on his shoulders. As an outsider by choice, he struggles to socialise with other children and becomes a target for bullies. This, however, leads to an unexpected turn of events, when Rain discovers he has a unique superpower. An opportunity arises to be recruited to the intergalactic paramilitary training school for exceptionally gifted individuals-the very same school his sister attended. He is faced with the most important decision of his life, but the urge to find any clues linked to his sister is much stronger and he decides to follow her steps, and try to cluster the missing pieces of the puzzle together. Little does he know, he steps on the path filled with mysteries, secrets and challenges he had never dreamt of, which will change the course of his life once and for all."
  • ALTOR: The Shadow Rebellion

    L. J. deVet

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb. 16, 2012)
    U.S. Edition. What does a Sorcerer-Guardian do when his perfect world begins to crumble around him? Ajay Samuels, a Sorcerer-Guardian, possesses the ultimate responsibility of protecting Ageron, Earth and the people who dwell within both lands. If that wasn't enough for this fifteen year old, he is also a member of the Altor; a group of seven, separate families, each a descendant of the original seven Guardians who were elected to govern and oversee all of Ageron. As significant as these duties appear, there has never been any reason to protect anybody; Ageronian and Earthly alike. Nothing remotely interesting ever happens in Ageron. Even less happens on Earth. Ajay can't help but feel his supposed extraordinary power, apparently the greatest of their kind, is going to waste. His world is turned upside down following the most unexpected of encounters with a nemesis he has had few dealings with before, and his perfect world begins to crumble in around him. Dedicating themselves to right what has gone so horribly wrong, and developing their new powers along the way, Ajay and his friends are thrust into a new world of the unknown; a world that brings with it potentially disastrous consequences. ONE Sorcerer-Guardian. ONE premonition. ONE chance. ALTOR: The Shadow Rebellion is the first novel in The Chronicles of Ageron; a series for children, teens and young adults.
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  • The Director

    Mikael Barstow

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb. 15, 2016)
    Every villain has an origin story ...this is the Director’s.Gabriel Parker had it all: a loving wife, a beautifuldaughter, a nice house, and a good job.How does a man go from all of this to someone who would train a five-year-old girl to be a killer for his Pervasive Justice program?This prequel to THE CHRONICLES OF PJ series is an insight into the creation of a madman.
  • The Black Cauldron

    Lloyd Alexander

    Paperback (Mammoth, Aug. 30, 1995)
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  • The High King

    Lloyd Alexander

    Paperback (James Bennett Pty Ltd, Dec. 11, 1995)
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  • Castle of Llyr

    Lloyd Alexander

    Paperback (Mammoth, Aug. 16, 1995)
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  • Taran Wanderer

    Lloyd Alexander

    Paperback (Mammoth, Dec. 11, 1995)
    Taran, the assistant pig-keeper who wants to be a hero, goes questing for knowledge of his parentage, hoping that his journey will ennoble him in the eyes of Eilonwy, the princess with the red-gold hair. Accompanied by several loyal friends, Taran begins his search when three wily enchantresses of the Marshes of Morva send him to consult the Mirror of Llunet for the answers he is seeking, cryptically promising that "the finding takes no more than the looking." During his adventures he meets Craddoc, the shepherd, and the common people of Prydain, whom he comes to respect and admire. With their help, he continues his mission to learn the secret of the Mirror and the truth about himself.From the Trade Paperback edition.
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  • High King, The

    Lloyd Alexander

    Paperback (William Heinemann, Aug. 26, 1986)
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  • ALTOR: The Shadow Rebellion

    L. J. deVet

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb. 16, 2012)
    What does a Sorcerer-Guardian do when his perfect world begins to crumble around him?Ajay Samuels, a Sorcerer-Guardian, possesses the ultimate responsibility of protecting Ageron, Earth and the people who dwell within both lands. If that wasn't enough for this fifteen year old, he is also a member of the Altor; a group of seven, separate families, each a descendant of the original seven Guardians who were elected to govern and oversee all of Ageron.As significant as these duties appear, there has never been any reason to protect anybody; Ageronian and Earthly alike. Nothing remotely interesting ever happens in Ageron. Even less happens on Earth. Ajay can't help but feel his supposed extraordinary power, apparently the greatest of their kind, is going to waste.His world is turned upside down following the most unexpected of encounters with a nemesis he has had few dealings with before, and his perfect world begins to crumble in around him. Dedicating themselves to right what has gone so horribly wrong, and developing their new powers along the way, Ajay and his friends are thrust into a new world of the unknown; a world that brings with it potentially disastrous consequences.ONE Sorcerer-Guardian. ONE premonition. ONE chance. ALTOR: The Shadow Rebellion is the first novel in The Chronicles of Ageron; a series for children, teens and young adults.
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