Coming Day

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After rescuing the Gypsies from destruction at the hands of the emperor, the warrior farmers of Pravik have returned home to dwell above ground. But peace is proving to be as dangerous as war, as their food stores run out and they find themselves unable to go beyond the city to grow crops. Neighbouring towns, afraid of the rumours they've heard about Pravik, are unwilling to trade with them.

When emissaries arrive from the emperor, inviting the Ploughman to form an alliance with...

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Overview

After rescuing the Gypsies from destruction at the hands of the emperor, the warrior farmers of Pravik have returned home to dwell above ground. But peace is proving to be as dangerous as war, as their food stores run out and they find themselves unable to go beyond the city to grow crops. Neighbouring towns, afraid of the rumours they've heard about Pravik, are unwilling to trade with them.

When emissaries arrive from the emperor, inviting the Ploughman to form an alliance with him, he has no choice but to go. Along with Professor Huss, the Darkworld prince Harutek, and an unwilling Maggie, he rides for Athrom. But in doing so, he ignores the vision of the blind seer Virginia Ramsey, who has seen deadly consequences at the end of the Ploughman's journey.

Desperate for help from another source, Virginia sets out on a journey of her own, accompanied by the Darkworld priestess Rehtse - a journey to find the King and bring him to Pravik's aid.

Their parallel journeys will at last open the way to the worlds unseen, bringing in powers, terrors, beauties, and a final confrontation no one could imagine. Central to the fate of their world are the Gifted: the Singer, Seer, Healer, Listener, Warrior, and Voice.

Coming Day is the third book in the Seventh World Trilogy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780973959185
  • Publisher: Little Dozen Press
  • Publication date: 11/25/2010
  • Pages: 392
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.87 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2012

    Good series

    Ending a little to pat but still good

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2012

    Love Rachel Thomson

    Comming Day is the final in The Seventh World Trilogy. Coming Day was fantastic and left me with the feeling there maybe more to this story. I hope there is. The story she has woven together light against dark, good an evil andthe power of love with in us just kept me up late in the nite reading as fast as I can . Love rachel thomson You judge 5 STARS

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