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!!> Read ➸ Fauns and Filinians (Prophet of Panamindorah #1) ➻ Author Abigail Hilton – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Fauns and Filinians (Prophet of Panamindorah #1) Corry Showed Up At The Orphanage Two Years Ago, Unable To Remember How He D Gotten There He Spoke A Language No One Recognized, And He Was Afraid Of Cars And Planes And Computers Corry Can Remember Snippets Of Another Life, But No Matter How Hard He Tries To Remember, It Just Keeps Slipping Away Then One Day, He Meets A Fauness In An Orange Grove She S From A World Called Panamindorah, And He Can Understand Her Language In Addition, Corry Can Read A Language That No One In Panamindorah Has Been Able To Read For Three Hundred Years Has He Really Been Gone That Long Now He Must Recover His Lost Memories And Rebuild His Life, Because The Person Who Tried To Kill Him Once Is About To Try Again The Prophet Of Panamindorah Is For Listeners And Older Find Information About The Book And The Author At Panamindorah

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  1. says:

    I didn t manage to get as hooked into Fauns and Filinians as I did the Cowry Catcher series Probably because Cowry Catcher had pirates And Silveo.Prophet has a slightly different cast of shelts and beasts than Cowry Catchers did, mostly due to the stories taking place in very different parts and times of Panamindorah It was weird only hearing grishnards mentioned in passing, though I loved the image of deer mounts It was also nice to actually see wolflings, and a cast of filinians talking c I didn t manage to get as hooked into Fauns and Filinians as I did the Cowry Catcher series Probably because Cowry Catcher had pirates And Silveo.Prophet has a slightly different cast of shelts and beasts than Cowry Catchers did, mostly due to the stories taking place in very different parts and times of Panamindorah It was weird only hearing grishnards mentioned in passing, though I loved the image of deer mounts It was also nice to actually see wolflings, and a cast of filinians talking cats cat shelts are extinct at this point.I was a tad confused about the timeline between the two series at first Cowry Catchers clearly has cat shelts, but wolflings are extinct, while in Prophet, the exact opposite is true Morchella is also there, and the grishnard reference was to the war fought with the fauns, so I was able to conclude that Prophecy takes place before Cowry Catchers I was also probably told that already, and just forgot _ Apparently Earth exists, and there s been at least some degree of contact between the real world and Panamindorah That was a little strange I mean, it makes sense Centaurs, satyrs, faunsthat sort of thing being mythological creatures on Earth and all It was just a bit weird to start off on Earth and suddenly be introduced to Panamindorah Then again, this is the first Panamindorah book, so it makes sense that there would need to be some sort of transition from normalcy, and a human character the reader can relate to, before jumping right into this world that requires you to look up various terms to figure out what exactly is going on.As for the charactersSyrill was fun, but Corry was a bit boring I m sure he ll getinteresting once he finally remembers who or what he was I also enjoyed Laylan and Shyshax But then, I m always prejudiced towards foxes I was also getting interested in Char s story, which was told in bits and pieces before taking a back seat to the main plot entirely I want to knowabout Char I guess I ll have to wait till I get paid, and can buybooks.And The Prince s Magical Gallows So much fun.I do have to wonder why Corry never uses his vibration hearing powers after he gets back to Panamindorah They probably would have been very useful at several points in the story.I also note that the tradition of ending every book in a terrible cliffhanger was started early on Once , I tip my hat to you, oh Queen of Cliffhangers bows


  2. says:

    This book, and its two sequels, are a good listen The world of Panamindorah has a distinct personality and feels like a real place being described to you a feat so many fantasy novels fail at The reading is clear and audible Only a couple sound effects are used, and those are subtle enough that the book doesn t sound like a bad radio drama.In my opinion, the plot doesn t seem like it s going anywhere until the second book, and none of the characters are really three dimensional until then T This book, and its two sequels, are a good listen The world of Panamindorah has a distinct personality and feels like a real place being described to you a feat so many fantasy novels fail at The reading is clear and audible Only a couple sound effects are used, and those are subtle enough that the book doesn t sound like a bad radio drama.In my opinion, the plot doesn t seem like it s going anywhere until the second book, and none of the characters are really three dimensional until then This is not to say the first book is uninteresting, but that it gets better from there.My one real criticism is that the main character, Corry, never seems as real as the characters surrounding him His emotions seem muted, absent, or inexplicable until the very end of the trilogy Fortunately, other characters get a lot of screen time and are real enough to make up for Corry.I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed Narnia or Harry Potter so, most of the known world


  3. says:

    Book I of the Prophet series serves as a delightful introduction to the world of Panamindorah, a fantastic realm of fauns, talking beasts, and the occasional wizard In this volume, we meet our protagonist, Cory, and journey with him on his quest for his identity, meeting a variety of colorful characters along the way, as well as learning about the history and current troubles of the world they inhabit Ms Hilton s talent shines as she leads us on exciting adventures through a lushly described Book I of the Prophet series serves as a delightful introduction to the world of Panamindorah, a fantastic realm of fauns, talking beasts, and the occasional wizard In this volume, we meet our protagonist, Cory, and journey with him on his quest for his identity, meeting a variety of colorful characters along the way, as well as learning about the history and current troubles of the world they inhabit Ms Hilton s talent shines as she leads us on exciting adventures through a lushly described world inhabited by a number of diverse, eccentric, and endearing characters This is a promising beginning to a very enjoyable series


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    The ideas here are interesting and I was amazed by the level the author goes to in establishing waring creatures and societies with deep seeded hate and history But this is also her down fall in my opinion There are to many names to remember and I had to keep referring to the authors website to recall what shelts were what The character list I found helpful but felt that is an issue I should not need to refer to a character list Then the end was horriblelike a chapter cliff hanger I n The ideas here are interesting and I was amazed by the level the author goes to in establishing waring creatures and societies with deep seeded hate and history But this is also her down fall in my opinion There are to many names to remember and I had to keep referring to the authors website to recall what shelts were what The character list I found helpful but felt that is an issue I should not need to refer to a character list Then the end was horriblelike a chapter cliff hanger I now feel forced to go on to book two because I have invested so much and finally figured out a bit of what is going on and the character is hanging on a precipice and I have to now what happens


  5. says:

    The plot was good and sometimes during the book I was really engrossed but for me there seemed to be a lot of confusion on who was what and what was who I don t feel the explanations of shelts , wood fauns, and almost any of the characters were not explained efficiently enough to have a grasp on who and what the characters were without constantly trying to refer to certain portions of the book Overall if you can ignore your confusion I did like the book.


  6. says:

    Anyone that likes high fantasy should listen to The Prophet of Panamindorah There are three books, all free While the summary makes it sound like it s your typical kid falls into a fantasy world kinda of story, it ends up beingfocused on the politics and events of a war between the races Yet with a lot of action Very well done, and a good original world There is enough classical fantasy elements that people can understand, but enough new races and world rules that it s interesting.


  7. says:

    This solo read podio book is highly entertaining I m listening after first being introduced to the Guild of the Cowry Catchers You should listen to this Find it on podiobooks.com, itunes, or the authors website.


  8. says:

    I m interested to see where this series goes, but I will say that there are entirely too many unanswered yet obvious questions at the end of this Act I However, this is one of the better first time author books I ve encountered and I ve a sneaking suspicion it s going to keep getting better.


  9. says:

    I enjoyed it and I will definitely readfrom this author.


  10. says:

    I was transported to another world, a world not even I understood fully I am curious what happens next I was left with a cliff hanger quite literally

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