Moons' Dreaming by Marguerite Krause
(Children of the Rock)

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Volume 1 in the Children of the Rock Duology

In a world under three moons, in the courts and villages of three kingdoms, the fates of the Dreamers are at stake. Only Dreamers can bend the power of the gods and perform the magic that holds chaos at bay. The Dreamers are always few in number, born of rare unions between ruling Shapers and peasant Keepers. The Shapers no longer believe in magic. The practical Keepers no longer see any need for it . . . Princess Vray of Rhenlan is a Shaper, sent into exile. Dael, captain of the royal guard of Rhenlan, is a Keeper who carries the seeds of a revolution in his heart . . . can the rare and tender love so necessary for the birth of Dreamers blossom in time to save their world? Marguerite Krause and Susan Sizemore have created a world rich with intrigue, magic, and emotion. Prepare to be swept into a fantasy world unlike any other. . . the world of the Children of the Rock.

Susan Sizemore is the proud mother of a spoiled mutt with a remarkable resemblance to the ancient Egyptian god Anubis. Marguerite Krause is married, and the mother of two brilliant, award-winning children . . . who are both finally in college!


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Published January 5, 2013 by Five Star. 389 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The three kingdoms of Sitrene, Dherrcia and Rhenland are all changing, descending into chaos and anarchy due to the machinations of the heir apparent Prince Damon of Rhenlan.

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Prince Damon is a nasty dictator leading his nation to the brink of civil war.

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