Trilogia de romances da série Druidhome para o cenário de Campanha Forgotten Realms em formato pocket book.
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Prophet of Moonshae, by Douglas Niles, is the first book in theDruidhome trilogy, which follows the events of the Moonshae trilogy.
|“||The Ffolk have forsaken their goddess, the Earthmother, and have turned to the new gods to protect them. Now, capricious and malevolent, one of the new lords has turned the worship of the Ffolk against them. It falls to the royal daughters of High King Tristan Kendrick to confront the evil that now threatens their land.||”|
The Coral Kingdom, by Douglas Niles, is the second book in theDruidhome trilogy.
|“||An epic sea voyage... a daring rescue...|
The Earthmother has returned to the Moonshaes. Now her mightiest druid, Robyn Kendrick, faces the greatest challenge of her life. Aided by a courageous Northman prince, her own daughters, and a crew of heroes, Robyn wages a desperate battle against the savage Claws of the Deep.
The King Tristan Kendrick is captured by minions of Talos and held in the the Coral Kingdom. His wife Robyn, his daughter Alicia, and her friends try to rescue him. They try to find a way to Synnoria, an elven kingdom. They obtain the help of Brigit Cu'Lyrran and make their way to Evermeet in order to get help to travel under the sea. From Evermeet, with the assistance of the elves, they travel to the Coral Kingdom and rescue the king.
The Druid Queen, by Douglas Niles, is the third book in theDruidhome trilogy.
|“||Restored to his throne, King Tristan Kendrickmust confront the fearful costs of his rescue from the Coral Kingdom. One of his daughters suffers tragically from the curse of an evil god, while the other must face a decision that will chart the destiny of the kingdom.|
At the same time, near the heart of Gwynneth, a new evil stirs...
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