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Book Info

Titles: The Dreamweaver’s Journey / The Guardian Child’s Return / Legacy of Mist and Shadow
Series: Tales from Feyron (1–3)
Author: Diana L. Wicker
Publication Dates: November 2, 2012 / May 10, 2013 / December 20, 2014
Genre: YA Fantasy/Coming of Age

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Synopsis

 The Dreamweaver’s Journey

For the first time in over three hundred years a Dreamweaver has come of age and is tasked with contacting the Guardians. When she awakens in the night after a vision of her best friend lost and alone, injured in the snows at the top of the Crystal Mountains, she seeks out the Sacred Fire in the Temple in an attempt to call forth more information. A voice calls out from the fire, “Dreamweaver, you are summoned.” An image appears of an ancient path through the Mist Shrouded Forest leading to a hidden gate into the Crystal Caverns below the mountains. The Guardians have summoned her on a quest that will take her to the four realms of light within Feyron in search of answers and aid.

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The Guardian Child’s Return
 

The Guardians have awakened after the Time of Sleep and returned to renew the magic with the clans of Faie. At the request of the Guardian, Lord Grypos, Keeper of Knowledge, the Master Scholar travels through the Outer Gateway with craftsmen and apprentices to coordinate the repairs of the once great oasis that houses the ancient archives of knowledge known as the Island in the Sands.

As the summer wanes and the oasis begins to return to its former glory, the Guardian calls the Master Scholar to the meditation room in the wee hours of the night to discuss a journey. In the fire an image flickers of the red desert sands speeding past, a land of grey beyond the desert, and a cavern of twilight behind an obsidian wall. “Arwyn and Shyamal are to go there for me to seek out that which was once mine.”

What starts as a seemingly simple journey becomes an adventure with life threatening consequences as the two are unexpectedly joined by their friends on a journey far from home beyond the Realms of Light in a realm that few within the clans of Faie knew could even be reached.

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Legacy of Mist and Shadow

Old relics and have stories of their own. Sometimes they contain adventures waiting to be    sparked and journeys bursting to begin.

The Box of Melodies was left with Clan Caris by Lady Oyisha, daughter of the mists, for care and keeping. A series of visions revealing the last desperate moments of a forgotten clan – the loss of their gateway to Feyron and the escape of a lone traveler holding the box – spurs a handful of adventuresome youth on a trek through the Lesser Forest where they inadvertently cause a ripple through the mists with unintended consequences.

A few of the youth find themselves on an unexpected journey to a World Beyond, lost in mist and shadow, where misunderstanding and suspicion lead to danger and darkness. Forgotten histories are discovered, clan secrets are revealed, and old alliances are remembered as the families of the lost seek to discover where the youth have been drawn by the memories within the Mists of Time.

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Look who has agreed to come out of  Legacy of Mist and Shadow: The Age of Awakenings – Book 3 and sit down for a special interview.

1. What is your name and how do you see yourself?

My name is Nuriel. I have been called Nuri in the past, but there are few close to me now for such familiarity.

How do I see myself? That is a bit of a layered question.

I could have been the prince of the Dark Eagles, or so I was once told, had my mother not risked her life by fleeing into the night with little more than a gnarled staff to lean uponst and an old cloak hiding a sickly waif strapped to her back like a wayfarer’s pack.

I was once a member of the Mendali, those who walked in darkness to defend the light. I was known as the Summoner then, but those powers were never truly mine. The title was simply bestowed upon me as the heir to the last who wielded that power. But none of that mattered after our world fell to the encroaching darkness.

Now…

*He sighs heavily as he shakes his head, resting his arms on his knees as he looks down at his hands.*

Now I suppose I am a leader of the Avahaa. We are the remaining few, those who wait.

2. What is your problem in the story?

Simply stated. *His eyes dart up, his gaze piercing like daggers thrown at a target..* The encroaching darkness has won and we have been lost to the light.

3. Do you embrace or run from conflict?

*He snorts, which may be as close as he comes to a laugh.* Considering the battle that has waged within me since before my birth, I suppose I had best embrace it.

4. Did your author portray you accurately?

I’d say she did a reasonable job.

5. Have you ever failed at anything?

Failed? Possibly… Perhaps more could have been saved, sent through to the light.

6. Have you ever knowingly done anything wrong?

I find that “wrong” is often a matter of opinion. It is my opinion that I have done what was needed when it was asked of me.

7. Was there a major turning point in your life?

When my grandfather awakened me from the darkness that overcomes. I have no memories of my time when I was lost. Although, it could well be argued that the last great battle was a beginning point for me, but neither of those tales are in this book.

8. What is your favorite item of clothing? Why?

*His lip curls in a smirky half smile and his eyes twinkle* The shadow coat.

9. If you were stranded on a desert island, would you rather be stranded with a man or a woman?

Neither, although I would like to have a Guardian, naga, or mystical companion with me.

10. How do you imagine your future?

I’m not really certain where my place will be from here. It seems to me that there’s still a lot that’s up in the air. As long as I can continue to protect Razi’najh, then I am content.

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 Author Bio

Diana lives in the balmy climate of the US south with her husband, two children, two dogs, two cats, and a cantankerous rabbit. She enjoys reading, sewing (clothing, costuming, and experimental toy making), and RPG games. (She grew up with the old school paper/pencil style of gaming, but has transitioned happily to the highly interactive world of video games.)

The idea for Feyron started with a map, a place for her daughter to tell stories and live out storytelling role playing adventures with her friends. The lore grew around the map, for every world needs lore if you are going to “live” there. The idea for a series, Tales from Feyron, grew out of the lore, for if you’re going to invent a world, you may as well play there too. The stories are continuing to grow through the various historical ages of Feyron and may yet “ripple” outwards to the Worlds Beyond touched by magic.

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