Eludoran by Jonathan Goh
The Legend of Lorelei in a Geste of Grave Misconceptions

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"This shelf-bending fantasy poem—about a heroic female fox and her epic journey of self-discovery—is written entirely in rhyming couplets..this is an ambitious and highly impressive undertaking. Fans of Tolkien will be delighted to find more than a few subtle references to Middle-earth sprinkled throughout the story: 'Won’t we, my precious?'"
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In time one shall be hailed a king, another as Betrayer. Their third shall do an evil thing when freedom is denied her. Now Four and Five shall not survive; misfortune Six to gain by Seven's will at least until reunion on the Plain. Though seven heroes journey forth; prepare their final stand, not all; I fear, shall chance to peer upon their journey's end. Three children will seal the fate of nations: Lorelei the rebel vixen princess of Eludoran; measured against the yardstick of her heroic brother. Malachi her sidekick and cousin; resigned to mull over a love he can never have. And exotic Pendarynn; son of a jealous sorceress driven mad by revenge. Their paths cross in Eludoran, where they find solace with each other. Little do their feuding parents suspect what's been going under their noses; a friendship the like of which has never been heard of before: One which might shatter old grudges and usher in a new age of tolerance and reason... --or bring everything crashing down around them.
 

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Published December 27, 2014 by Xlibris. 876 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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Above average
on Apr 27 2015

"This shelf-bending fantasy poem—about a heroic female fox and her epic journey of self-discovery—is written entirely in rhyming couplets..this is an ambitious and highly impressive undertaking. Fans of Tolkien will be delighted to find more than a few subtle references to Middle-earth sprinkled throughout the story: 'Won’t we, my precious?'"

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