Prophecy: Child of Earth (Rhapsody, Book 2)

Prophecy: Child of Earth (Rhapsody, Book 2)

Elizabeth Haydon

Language: English

Pages: 717

ISBN: 0812570820

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

In Rhapsody, a fellowship was forged-- three companions who, through great adversity, became a force to be reckoned with: Rhapsody the Singer; Achmed the assassin-king; and Grunthor, the giant Sergeant-Major. Prophecy continues their powerful epic. Driven by a prophetic vision, Rhapsody races to rescue a religious leader while Achmed and Grunthor seek the F'dor-- an ancient and powerful demon. These companions may be destined to fulfill The Prophecy of the Three, but their time is running short. They must find their elusive enemy before his darkness consumes them all.

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Hall as Ashe returned to the Cauldron; the scent of roast boar and spiced apples hung in the air. The lamps had been lit, and the pungent aroma of the food and sweet smell of the wood fire were tainted by the caustic odor of burning fat. Lantern light made the room shine like a beacon in the dreary hallways of the Cauldron. Upon his entrance Rhapsody leapt from her seat and ran to him in welcome. She had changed from her traveling clothes into a long fitted gown of pale green silk, so he knew

snapped with a gruesome force. Grunthor screamed again, more in fury than in agony, before the nooses tightened, choking off his roar. With a flick of both wrists, daggers were in Achmed’s hands, and he leapt to where the giant was hanging, slicing at the writhing tendrils in a flurry of gouging slashes. He grabbed for one of the weapons, hanging upside down in Grunthor’s backsheath, and began to strike at the vine with both hands. He aimed first for the vines around giant’s wrists, freeing one

Ashe did not speak, and she could discern no reaction beneath the hood of his cloak. Finally, they came to the mouth of the cave. A warm breeze flowed from it in rhythmic patterns; the breath of the dragon, Rhapsody thought. Doubt rose in her mind as to the wisdom of coming here. She was considering taking hasty leave when the peace of the forest was broken by a voice that could only have been that of Elynsynos. “You interest me,” the voice said, sounding in multiple tones, at once bass,

Earth and made time to stop for themselves by doing so. In them all the elements found a manifestation, even if they did not know how to use it. There were some of races that had never been seen in these parts, Gwadd and Liringlas and Gwenen and Nain, Ancient Seren and Dhracians and Mythlin, a human garden full of many different and beautiful kinds of flowers. They were special, Pretty, a unique people that deserved to be cherished and kept safe. And she turned against them and destroyed many of

Iliachenva’ar. The brisk wind of the spring night caught the edges of Oelendra’s cloak, but it was not the breeze that stung the warrior’s eyes. She wiped the tears from her cheeks as she stopped at the edge of the clearing to observe her own house. How could I have forgotten? she wondered. It must have been when the sword went silent, the moment it and Serendair were parted forever. The darkness now closed in around her. The pool of light from within her home was like an island of warmth in

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