Fire and Flood

Fire and Flood Nothing unites old enemies like new ones This is especially true for the inhabitants of Panamindorah as they begin to set aside their differences to fight their true enemies In Laven lay wolflings an

  • Title: Fire and Flood
  • Author: Abigail Hilton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Audio Podcast
  • Nothing unites old enemies like new ones This is especially true for the inhabitants of Panamindorah as they begin to set aside their differences to fight their true enemies In Laven lay, wolflings and wood fauns are sharing counsel for the first time in a generation In Danda lay, cliff fauns and cats have joined forces in a last desperate attempt to save the city fromNothing unites old enemies like new ones This is especially true for the inhabitants of Panamindorah as they begin to set aside their differences to fight their true enemies In Laven lay, wolflings and wood fauns are sharing counsel for the first time in a generation In Danda lay, cliff fauns and cats have joined forces in a last desperate attempt to save the city from the swamp faun invaders In Kazar swamp, cats and their shelts have been reunited after hundreds of years of separation and abuse But have all these answers and reunions come too late Time is running out to stop their true enemy The ruin of Selbis is awaking to welcome her king Gabalon is coming home This is the third book in The Prophet of Panamindorah trilogy.

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    1. Fire and Flood is the final book in the Prophet of Panamindorah trilogy. And it did a very nice job of tying everything up.We're given the answer to Corry's identity almost as soon as the book starts. Once more, the story doesn't really stay focused on him, but rather splits up and follows everybody. While he's an integral part of the story, and the final battle never would have been won without him, Corry is definitely not the only main character.There's also a bit more information about the Fi [...]

    2. This three-part series was a fun read, somewhere between Young Adult and regular fantasy material. The richness of the creatures that inhabit the world was creative and interesting, and the individual character development was well done.

    3. I liked book three. It was nice to see *spoiler* the characters I'd fallen in love with in books one and two falling in love with each other, depending on one another, whether vile enemy, friend or foe, and working together to make a new Panamindorah. I actually could see rereading book one now that the world is so clear in my brain and I'm attached to the characters so much more then I was on my first read. This is a very interesting world to step into and I can actually envision little shelts [...]

    4. I enjoyed the story, but probably wouldn't go out of my way to recommend it to others. And I have another linguistic rant that goes out to ALL of my favorite podcasters (this means you, Norm): For crying out loud, learn how to pronounce the words you use!!! i.e. "deign" is not pronounced "dean," "skein" is not pronounced "skin," "drown" is not pronounced "drownd" ("we're going to drownd!")and the emphasis is on the first syllable of the word "formidable," not the second. Abby managed to use a nu [...]

    5. Anyone that likes high-fantasy should listen to The Prophet of Panamindorah. There are three books, all great. While the summary makes it sound like it's your typical "kid falls into a fantasy world" kinda of story, it ends up being more focused on the politics and events of a war between the races. Yet with a lot of action. Very well done, and a good original world. There is enough classical fantasy elements that people can understand, but enough new races and world rules that it's interesting. [...]

    6. I'm not a furry but this series wasn't too bad. IMO the ending felt hacked together. The series is not so much a trilogy, but a large book with three spines. Obviously meant for younger readers. Why do I always age inappropriate books to read?

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