Destiny Reclaimed: Book 2 of the Anandrian Series

Destiny Reclaimed: Book 2 of the Anandrian Series


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Twenty years have passed, and Mandy has helped to raise Laura's fraternal twins David and Diana. When Laura is suddenly pulled back to Anandria, she must find a way to unite her fractured family. Vaaron is eager to meet his adult children for the very first time - but both are missing.

Diana awakens to find herself the centre of attention in a cult-like gathering. They revere and fear her, and she finds she has to rely upon their High Priest for help.

David opens his eyes to find he's in a forest with a creature hovering over him. Confused and disoriented, it takes an unsettling act of magic, and the persistence of the creature following him, to lead them into an unusual relationship.

Both siblings eventually discover they are in Anandria - a world they had believed to be a figment of their Aunt Mandy's imagination - where they must face challenges with their unlikely partners as their guides.

Lucifer is delighted when he lands in Anandria and feels his powers stir. Better still, he discovers that at least one of Laura's children has come to Anandria, too. And since he still desires the destruction of Laura's soul, what better way to lure Laura to her death than to use one of her children?

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ISBN-13: 9781460257494
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 02/25/2015
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Kathryn Heaney was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. She traipsed around the country during her extensive teaching career, from the small northern town of Chetwynd in British Columbia, to Rosseau Lake in Ontario's cottage country, and finally to Pickering on the outskirts of Toronto. In the process of all those moves, she had two wonderful daughters who turned out to be the inspiration for the Anandrian series.

Keeping with the family theme, Kathryn has used most of her family member's names for the characters in all the Anandrian books. It is interesting how the meanings of their names have helped to shape this intriguing story.

Kathryn has retired from teaching and has moved back home to Hamilton where she fulfills her love for books by working part-time at the library....

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Destiny Reclaimed: Book 2 of the Anandrian Series 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite It has been 20 years since Laura was separated from her husband. The portal to Anandrian was destroyed and she was left taking care of her children with the help of her best friend. However, suddenly she is pulled back into Anandrian and all she wants to do is fix her family. The only issue is that her children are missing and nowhere to be found. While Diana is stuck in a cult-like gathering, David is stuck in a forest with a strange creature to keep him company. Why is this happening all of a sudden? Why are Laura, Diana, and David in Anandrian? Has an old enemy awakened? Destiny Reclaimed is the second book in the Anandrian Series by Kathryn Heaney. Although I have not read the previous novel in the series, I had no trouble getting into the groove. From the moment I started the novel, I was transported to Anandrian along with the characters and invested in their story. While Laura is the protagonist of the story, I enjoyed the fact that the author gave as much attention to Diana and David. That added depth to the story and made it even more interesting for me. While the flow of the novel was great, what really impressed me was how well the author maintained the atmosphere until the very end. She made sure that the reader was not going anywhere once they started reading and ensured that the characters were strong enough to hold their interest. I also loved the fact that she allowed Diana and David to grow into the people they are and not some hero that would become larger than life. She let them remain humble and human so that the reader could relate to them. This was a very entertaining novel, one that I would like to revisit again. Intense in the best way possible.