Fill your sails and begin an odyssey that will take you beyond the reach of time and tide forever in Hobb Whittons' Award Winning, action-packed fantasy, 'Tales of the Pahleen: Blue Fire Burning'.
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Demonic forces are tearing Wadjamaat's three realms apart, and the planet's telepathic guardians, the Pahleen, are running out of time.
With Nocturnia and her goblin hordes bleeding the life-force from his world, King Kilron finally solves the riddle set long ago by the evil sorceress but there is a 'sting in the tail' ... and it's human.
'Blue Fire Burning is a work of high fantasy ... an admirable and engaging book that should delight readers of all ages... a deserving recipient of our Young Adult Book of the Month Award.'
Fantasy Book Review
'Blue Fire Burning is entertaining and clever and smart and charming ... there are lovely flights of imagination and description, with games and excitement ... '
'Hobb Whittons has created a cast of inventive and colourful characters in his engaging fantasy novel, Blue Fire Burning...
The curtain opens on two amusing and devious goblin men, Grot and Mouldy, who as you may expect, set the scene by their names alone, for this fast-paced ride. Enter the Dark Mistress and King Kilron and his telepaths - the story is never dull for one moment!
Once again, the traditional mainstream genres are challenged by the Indie authors; a brave and topical move. All credit to Hobb for combining his magical and mysterious fantasy with humour, romance and adventure. Lovely to see a carefully published ebook, showing how much time and trouble the author has taken with its production.'
Simon & Schuster bestselling author,
Blue Fire Burning's Hahmi and Wolf, as drawn by Cambridge artist, Sarah Dawes
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