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The Six and the Gardeners of Ialana (The Ialana Series Book 2)

$2.99

Just when they thought it was safe to settle down, the Six must flee again. Caught in the middle of a deadly power struggle between competing rulers of Ialana, the healers are unable to complete their mission--to heal mutants genetically altered by crystal manipulation. Escaping their imprisonment in Galon, the Six attempt a dangerous journey back to their homes in Aelfar. Trapped by malevolent creatures, hunted by a monster, a conniving shape-shifter, and a queen who seeks them for reasons of her own, the Six must now find refuge in the land of the Gardeners. Who, or what, are the Gardeners? Answers begin to unfold as the Six continue their apprenticeship in the healing arts through the medium of Elemental Command. They experience the reality of unseen worlds and immerse themselves in the true nature of magic and sorcery, all while learning to avoid the traps that unlimited power may bring to the unwary. As the forces of darkness close in around them with no escape possible, will a treacherous foe once again place not only their lives in jeopardy but that of a queen and her young son as well? Fans of Tolkien andThe Sword ofTruth Series will be delighted by the seamless continuation of theadventures of the Six in the second book of the Ialana Series.

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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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