In a world of fantasy and wild beauty, Prince Kanan of Ob’ronn must lead a mission to rescue a thousand refugees from an invading army, led by the ruthless NiroVicht, who has vowed to destroy all in their path. Will they be able to save the refugees?
The only thing that can destroy the weapons of the Bur is Blue Fire, but it has been missing for centuries. The race is on to find it in time. Kanan and his closest friends band together in a quest to restore justice.
Will Kanan’s pleas to become truly Zhrebatan be answered? Will he finally be free to marry Tashiqa?
With a colossal battle with the Bur Conclave who rule MoGol, Zhrebat’s northern neighbour and ancient enemy, imminent, Prince Kanan will have to step up to save the nation and people he has grown to love.
North of Himal is the second instalment of the The Adamadas Chronicles—a Teen YA fantasy series set in a mystical and spiritual future. This epic plot with a strong conservation theme will also appeal to adult fantasy readers.
About the author
LynMiller is the pen name of the author, who has led ‘an interesting life’. With no career path to follow, it was a natural follow-on from a rambling childhood, spent in Canada and New Zealand, to go to Australia as a young adult to ‘see what happens’. What happened was both good and bad, but never boring. As with most rolling stones, the moss of stability and riches was not in the pocket but in the mind, not the result of collecting things on the highway to success but of collecting experiences and characters along a far different road. These experiences and characters, fully camouflaged, often find their way into her writings. LynMiller believes that creation is more stimulating than destruction, that growth must be intelligent, that true efficiency has a far broader application than the funnel philosophy of power ethics employed by big business, and that character and cooperation always wins over compromise and competition when all points are tallied at the end of the course.
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