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The Six and Anwyn of Ialana (The Ialana Series Book 3)


In the third book of the Ialana Series, an ancient weapon of planetary destruction has been uncovered. Astrobal, the under-world's demon-lord of Iochodran, will stop at nothing to gain possession and control of the beautiful, but deadly, weapon.

When Astrobal discovers that the key to the control of this weapon is Anwyn, the daughter of Jarah and Tegan, he must use all the resources he can muster to either kill her, or use her as a hostage. He sends Glahivar, an old and powerful enemy of the Six, to Three Rivers, where they, and Anwyn, are under the protection of Queen Catrin, and her husband, Ambros.

The Queen and Ambros have problems of their own. A threat from the south by Moran, the war-lord of Yor Swamps, is in the making. Glahivar has no qualms in using the situation to her best advantage, and as a bonus, to end Queen Catrin's reign.
In a race to the end, Anwyn and the Six must not only obtain possession of the weapon without killing themselves or causing a catastrophic event, but they must find a way to deactivate it, permanently.

What is Anwyn's personal connection to the weapon, and will she and the Six be able to prevent it from destroying the planet?

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Katlynn Brooke

Growing up in Africa during the ‘50’s and ‘60’s, Katlynn Brooke’s childhood was an unusual one, even by African standards. While her city peers were learning how to dance to Chubby Checker’s The Twist, Katlynn had to find her own entertainment. She developed a love for reading and writing, penning plays and short stories for the entertainment of her family. Her other hobby was day-dreaming.

Katlynn’s education was a mix of home-schooling in hastily constructed pole and mud shelters, and some years of boarding school when things got too much for her long-suffering mother. She attended day-school for a few brief years, but then her pioneering father, whose job was to create an infrastructure in isolated places for the government of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), would take his family back on the road again.

Katlynn is still an avid reader and day-dreamer, but now she is able to draw extensively on her past experiences and dreams to create out-of-the-ordinary fantasy novels: novels that will not only entertain her readers, but inspire, just as she was once inspired.

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