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Roarke's Wisdom: Going Home
     

Roarke's Wisdom: Going Home

by Robert Tompkins
 
Hagenspan was a mythic land that once existed in our own world--nearest estimates place it somewhere in the north Atlantic, perhaps during the Middle Ages. Apparently one of the last bastions for creatures from the Old World, its shores were haunted by memories of dwarfs and fairies, kobolds and trolls, giants and dragons. The tales of Hagenspan recount the days when

Overview

Hagenspan was a mythic land that once existed in our own world--nearest estimates place it somewhere in the north Atlantic, perhaps during the Middle Ages. Apparently one of the last bastions for creatures from the Old World, its shores were haunted by memories of dwarfs and fairies, kobolds and trolls, giants and dragons. The tales of Hagenspan recount the days when humankind had nearly, but not quite, forgotten those other folk, who were diminishing as it had been decreed. The Hagenspan Chronicles are a bittersweet recounting of the world that once was; sometimes whimsical, sometimes heroic, sometimes heart-rending. In Book Three, Roarke, Will, and Hollie return to Roarke's homeland of Thraill, where the shadow of the last dragon of Hagenspan looms.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011820502
Publisher:
Hagenspan Press
Publication date:
10/08/2010
Series:
The Hagenspan Chronicles , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
848 KB

Meet the Author

Robert W. Tompkins is the author of the fantasy epic Roarke's Wisdom and Kenyan's Lamp, a romantic fairy tale. He is currently plodding along on Owan's Regret, which picks up the story where Roarke's Wisdom leaves off. To combat his listlessness with the novels, he occasionally blurts out a short story, most of which will hopefully one day be collected into one volume, and can be found elsewhere on the internet with a little diligent searching. Born in upstate New York in 1959, he has lived there most of his life. He is married, with six sons, a stepdaughter, a stepson, and a granddog. Grandchildren are also in the process of being mustered. In recent years the author has also served as pastor of two small country churches.

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