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Pilgrimage of the Faerie (Book Three)

Lewis G. Gazoul

Pages: 398
ISBN: 978-145755-202-1
List Price: 18.95
Available: April 2017
Edition: Perfectbound

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Seething with vengeance cultivated over two thousand years of captivity, Lord Caelwas breaks from his Faerie-mandated prison and enslaves a sect of humanity and inflames them onto a course of destruction.
So begins Pilgrimage of the Faerie.
Through immense travail, the young but now burdened Baytel, Druid of the Citadel, only gradually becomes aware of this powerful evil now at loose. With word that his love Tira and her friend-in-battle Delphinade are imprisoned in darkness, Druid Baytel is torn between love, and loyalty to the Citadel.
As cross-currents of missions verge on failure, suspicion undermines devotion, and conflicting loyalties emerge, Baytel’s battle-tested Companions unite in response, realizing they must employ all of their intelligence, courage, good humor and loyalty to face forces they do not yet comprehend.
And the land itself rumbles ominously.
What happened to the Tree Faeries? And where is Baytel?

In Pilgrimage of the Faerie, Lewis G. Gazoul, author of Druids of the Faerie, creates a completely engaging world filled with emotions and understandings that ring strikingly true today. His engagingly distinctive characters embody both diverse and universal personalities in this novel of action and purpose.

Lewis G. Gazoul has always enjoyed wilderness hiking, hunting and camping, and great stories. These wonders were combined in small ways as bedtime tales for his two children and now have inspired a vast mystical land of heroism, treachery, natural beauty, revelation, struggle and idealism, all seen through the eyes of remarkable individual characters. This still-evolving grand story began with the two-volume Druids of the Faerie. Each book stands on its own as a complete experience.
Lewis makes his home with his family in the City of Grosse Pointe, Michigan.

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