1. Mindbond

    Book 2 in Sea King Trilogy

    Nancy Springer

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    In the second book of Nancy Springer’s remarkable Sea King fantasy trilogy, a king’s quest for the survival of his world leads him and his bond brother to a terrifying realm of the dead beneath the water

    Once, great kings reigned in mighty, teeming cities. Now six small tribes inhabit the known world—and their world is nearing its end.

    When Rad Korridun, king of the Seal Kindred Tribe, first encountered Dannoc, the troubled chieftain saw clearly that the man was mad, while Dan thought Kor was the god he had long been seeking. However, the unique connection they shared could not be ignored, and a powerful brotherhood was born. The arrival of Tassida, the beautiful mystery, strengthened that bond and threatened it as well. Now that the beasts of their world have fallen prey to the terrible hunger of the Devourers, the survival of the tribes depends on these three whom Destiny is leading to the undersea land of the dead. There, Dannoc seeks to reunite with his lost father. For Tassida, it is a homecoming. But Kor faces a reunion of a much darker sort, for here lies the source of all the world’s ills.

     

  2. Pub Date
    12/23/2014
    Publisher
    Open Road Integrated Media
    ISBN13
    9781453248508
    Format
    Ebook

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  • “Nancy Springer writes like a dream.” —St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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  • “[Nancy Springer is] someone special in the fantasy field.” —Anne McCaffrey

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Nancy Springer

Nancy Springer has passed the fifty-book milestone with novels for adults, young adults, and children, in genres such as mythic fantasy, contemporary fiction, magic realism, horror, and mystery—although she did not realize she wrote mystery until she won the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America two years in succession. Born in Montclair, New Jersey, Springer moved with her family to Gettysburg, of Civil War fame, when she was thirteen. She spent the next forty-six years in Pennsylvania, raising two children (Jonathan and Nora), writing, horseback riding, fishing, and bird-watching. In 2007 she surprised her friends and herself by moving with her second husband to an isolated area of the Florida Panhandle where the bird-watching is spectacular, and where, when fishing, she occasionally catches an alligator.