Mithendrove: Escaping Callendae

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War-torn Mithendrove was no place for a child. It only made sense, then, that Baevin, heir to the throne of Mithendrove, would suggest that his daughters should be escorted to neighboring countries. However, when the nearest neighboring country is Callendae, it's a problem. After all, Callendae is known for its ruthless, cunning inhabitants and violent, spontaneous massacres.

Having been abandoned in a Callendae slave camp all those years ago by her guardian, the millennia-old ...

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Overview

War-torn Mithendrove was no place for a child. It only made sense, then, that Baevin, heir to the throne of Mithendrove, would suggest that his daughters should be escorted to neighboring countries. However, when the nearest neighboring country is Callendae, it's a problem. After all, Callendae is known for its ruthless, cunning inhabitants and violent, spontaneous massacres.

Having been abandoned in a Callendae slave camp all those years ago by her guardian, the millennia-old Francisco deVincent, Katherina Ellecor, now fifteen, hasn't known freedom for four long years. She's dying, desperate for a real life--the life she deserves.

Therefore, she's completely thrilled when Francisco returns again, filled with brilliant schemes to steal her back to her home. She's more than willing to go, to return to her mother, her father, her four sisters. However, there are others that find this quest much more objectionable, and are determined to stop it.

Katherina and Francisco were prepared for a difficult journey when they left Camp Therondell-By-The-Sea, but were they prepared enough? Will a long-lost princess, heiress to the throne of the strongest, most dynamic country in the realm, return to her home, or be forever lost in her attempt to escape Callendae?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595271382
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/2/2003
  • Pages: 102
  • Age range: 7 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2003

    A Book That Could Win Awards!

    Nikki Morgan's Mithendrove is a fantastic Fantasy that captuers the writer's whit and maturity. You'd never know that Nikki was 12 when she began her masterpiece. I'm hooked into fantasy and this one tops the best of them. We could, and should, see more of Nikki's works on the years to come and I know I wont miss one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2003

    You'd Never Guess A 14-Year-Old Wrote It!

    Indeed, Nikki Morgan was twelve when she started work on the now-published book called Mithendrove: Escaping Callendae. Since, two years have passed, making Nikki a teenager--although she's an adult at heart. With unmatched maturity, she has the talent to become famous--and I'm certain she will. Read this--you won't regret it. It's fast-paced, not drawn out and boring. A classic fantasy for all ages. A must read. A brilliant page turner. Phenomenal.

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