Talamadh #01: Flight to Hollow Mountain
"For many hundreds of years the realms of Circadian Middle Earth have known only peace and security. Governed by the cosmic harmony established long ago by King Ardiel, whose awesomely crafted harp, the Talamadh, first bound together the heavens and...
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"For many hundreds of years the realms of Circadian Middle Earth have known only peace and security. Governed by the cosmic harmony established long ago by King Ardiel, whose awesomely crafted harp, the Talamadh, first bound together the heavens and the earth, the folk of Middle Earth have lived simple, unfettered lives amid "the great chain of being." But that binding is beginning to unravel. The intimate connections between the things of heaven and the things of earth are being torn asunder. As the Great Sidereal Age draws toward a dire close, moral and social decay has taken hold in the land. Chaos and misrule are afoot, as are treachery and injustice. Evil figures are growing in power...." "In Flight to Hollow Mountain, Mark Sebanc's exciting first entry into Circadian Middle Earth, the Talamadh has been stolen from Wilum, the Hordanu or Chief Bard, in whose care it traditionally rests in the remote highland shire of Lammermorn. To a young lad named Kalaquinn, on whose shoulders the role of hero has been untimely placed, falls the adventure-filled task of recovering the harp and restoring the harmony to the land and its inhabitants."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
In the tradition of C.S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia and J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings comes the Talamadh trilogy, a fantasy of epic proportions. Set in a mythical time, this novel describes a struggle between good and evil in Circadian Middle Earth.