Dead of Winter: Journey 7, Revenant Pass begins with the ancient watcher’s memory of the Library of the Society of Deae Matres — and its fall. We also get a look into the thought process of treacherous Arawn. Then the story picks up where we left Emlyn and company, trapped in the Realm of the Dead.
This Journey is shorter than some, but adventure abounds. Some characters go missing. You’ll have to read to learn more.
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This journey opens with Haldis, the ancient Deae Matres. She is constantly watching, hoping for clarity, struggling to put the pieces of her old life together.
Until one disturbing memory becomes clear.
The Library of the Deae Matres is under attack, and in her efforts to protect it from destruction, she manages to re locate it, blending her magic with the other members. Somehow, the magic malfunctions and the library is lost forever. This catastrophe triggers the need to enact the Binding, to protect them all from Arawn in the future.
It was good to become acquainted with Arawn, always a good idea to know the enemy.
The pace increases, as this journey ends with the ongoing search for the library ruins.
Emlyn finds a break in a wall and squeezes through into a mysterious place. As her companions try to follow her, one by one they vanish. Has she stumbled upon a portal to a magical place? Is this the Library, or somewhere more sinister?
Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene lives in a “high desert” town in the Southwest of the USA.
Teagan had always devoured fantasy novels of every type. Then one day there was no new book readily at hand for reading — so she decided to write one. And she hasn’t stopped writing since.
Her work is colored by her experiences from living in the southern states and the desert southwest. Teagan most often writes in the fantasy genre, but she also writes cozy mysteries. Whether it’s a 1920s mystery, a steampunk adventure, or urban fantasy, her stories have a strong element of whimsy.
Founder of the Three Things method of storytelling, her blog “Teagan’s Books” contains serial stories written according to “things” from viewers. http://www.teagansbooks.com
Major influences include Agatha Christie, Terry Brooks, David Eddings, Robert Jordan, and Charlaine Harris.
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