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His past isn't the only one presenting problems for the companions. Sir Danth is missing his body and begins to wonder what truly happened ...
His past isn't the only one presenting problems for the companions. Sir Danth is missing his body and begins to wonder what truly happened to his people. Vevin has avoided telling the others about his time before joining them, bringing even more questions.
Princess Anilyia stays as far away from Vevin as possible because she is certain he intends to nom her. After all, princesses are not protected from his kind.
Their journey takes them through the country of Kethril. Getting the princess home appears to be a more daunting task than rescuing her was. The King of Kethril has a problem and wants to find adventurers to help. To make things worse, the green-eyed lady is still hunting Tathan.
Will the companions be able to accomplish the mission? Do they truly understand each other? Can Tathan keep from falling in love with a forbidden princess? Will Vevin's past come back to haunt him? Do any of them truly know who, or what Liselle is after all?
The Willden Trilogy is an epic fantasy that follows the adventures of Tathan and his companions through the Willden Forest and into the depths of the world. A new race called Rojuun has appeared in the world and is threatening to make humans their servants. It is the companions' task to learn more and perhaps rescue a princess if they have the time.
Posted August 31, 2012
I adore this entire trilogy. The author's sense of humor is so unique, and he has a lovely balance of emotions throughout. The "supporting cast" of minor characters and inhabitants of the world are unique and highly entertaining. Kethril is just as fast-paced as Anilyia, and I read it in 2 days. I highly recommend for fans of Piers Anthony's Xanth books, Anne McCaffrey fans, and anyone who enjoys humorous fantasy. I can see myself reading all three books again very soon.