Griffin's Shadow

Griffin's Shadow

by Leslie Ann Moore


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ISBN-13: 9780615775401
Publisher: Norton Place Publishing
Publication date: 03/04/2013
Pages: 382
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)

About the Author

Leslie Ann Moore has been a storyteller since childhood. A native of Los Angeles, she received a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of California. She lives and works in Los Angeles and in her spare time, she practices the art of belly dance. Her debut novel, Griffin's Daughter, the first of the Griffin's Daughter Trilogy, was named 2008 Ben Franklin Award winner for Best First Fiction by the Independent Book Publishers Association.
Her latest novel "A Tangle Of Fates", will be released in Summer 2013.

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Jelena nee Preseren is elated to have married Ashinji Sakehera as she loves the son of Lord Kerala and feels great about carrying his offspring. However, she is stunned to learn she is the daughter of Elf King Keizo Onjara of Alasiri. However, her new discovery about her roots puts her in the crosshairs as an ever expanding human empire starts invading Alasiri.------------ While Jelena struggles with her pregnancy and her new role, her Ashinji is sent into slavery as a gladiator. She is unable to mount a rescue as the Elves face assaults from humans and a sorcerer setting the stage for the Nameless One to conquer all.---------------- The sequel to GRIFFIN'S DAUGHTER is an excellent epic fantasy, which takes a plausible terrific spin that makes the second entry fresh and brisk. Jelena has come a long way since her coming of age adventures in a realm filled with de jure and de facto racism against a half elf like her; however in this tale she must go further into the role of full leadership of many of those who once scorned her. GRIFFIN'S SHADOW is superb tale that will have the audience wanting more from Ms. Moore.--------- Harriet Klausner