Book: Taranor - Prophecy by Helen Ellwood, John Raybould
|4 stars, 2 reviews on Amazon|
John Raybouldabout this book: In a medieval world, where the horse is the main form of transport and fairies, goblins and witches are the norm, a misguided king kidnaps Sheean, a fairy boy, in the hope that the boy's blood will give him immortality.
Tasked with his rescue, Bryony, the boy's playmate, must leave everyone she holds dear and the safety of the fairy realm. With the aid of Fable, her talking horse, she must venture into the human realm to try to rescue him.
Magic and malevolence thwart her every attempt, as an ancient prophesy drives the two teenager's destinies towards a life-changing future.
Co-authored by UK authors, Helen Ellwood and John Raybould, and written as a stand alone novel, Taranor Prophecy is the first in a series of books that will follow the lives and adventures of the main characters.
Aimed at the 13 - 113 year old age group, Taranor prophecy took a year to write is 404 pages and 107,000 words long.
Cover artwork and promotional video by John Raybould.
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