The Eye of the Falcon

Why they have not
come to find us?
We are now
so very weary…
But the circle is still broken…

In this stand-alone and final sequel to both Who will speak for the Dreamer? and Scorpio Rising, Rowan confronts his third and last challenge. He must race against time to rescue the children trapped underground, before it is too late for them to return to their own world.

But this time, Rafe, the Dreamer, has been mortally wounded and Rowan will be on his own when the final confrontation comes with the grim, dark Huntsman in his deadliest form.

Rafe’s gift of the Eye of the Falcon, together with a very special legacy passed down from Amber, Holly’s daughter, and the coming of the fey Aspen, creature of the woods, means he is not without help. But will it be in time?

What award-winning Australian author, Kerry Greenwood, author of the Australian ABC television Miss Phryne Fisher detective series, had to say about Who will speak for the Dreamer?

 

“I have read it twice. It is wonderful. Why have I not read your books before? Your story-telling skills are superb, the narrative is illustrative without being heavy, the story is chilling enough to enthral…and the book has a wonderful, spiritually uplifting ending. I love it.”Why they have not
come to find us?
We are now
so very weary…
But the circle is still broken…
In this stand-alone and final sequel to both Who will speak for the Dreamer? and Scorpio Rising, Rowan confronts his third and last challenge. He must race against time to rescue the children trapped underground, before it is too late for them to return to their own world.
But this time, Rafe, the Dreamer, has been mortally wounded and Rowan will be on his own when the final confrontation comes with the grim, dark Huntsman in his deadliest form.
Rafe’s gift of the Eye of the Falcon, together with a very special legacy passed down from Amber, Holly’s daughter, and the coming of the fey Aspen, creature of the woods, means he is not without help. But will it be in time?
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What award-winning Australian author, Kerry Greenwood, author of the Australian ABC television Miss Phryne Fisher detective series, had to say about Who will speak for the Dreamer?
“I have read it twice. It is wonderful. Why have I not read your books before? Your story-telling skills are superb, the narrative is illustrative without being heavy, the story is chilling enough to enthral…and the book has a wonderful, spiritually uplifting ending. I love it.
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