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Book 2 of The Jelindel Chronicles.
The long-awaited sequel to Dragonlinks.
Five pentagram gems
Two people want them
Only one can have them
After destroying the Dragonlinks mailshirt and banishing her companions, Zimak and Daretor to a paraworld, Jelindel's is refuge with the Sister of Verity is destroyed when the Temple is attacked. Jelindel escapes, disguises herself as a boy and joins a voyage on the ship, the Dark Empress, where she learns of an evil plot to conquer the paraworlds.
Jelindel must destroy the Pentacle Gems to save the worlds . . .
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||"Anyone who has read Dragonlinks will recognise Paul Collins as a writer who truly understands the power of high fantasy. It is the power to tease the imagination with worlds so exotic, yet so seemingly familiar, that we allow ourselves to recognise within them the best and worst that we can be. From the opening battle with the deadmoon warriors to the final confrontation with the Preceptor's fearsome legions, through the wonders and dangers of paraworlds, the Countess Jelindel, scholar, Adept and fighter, must call upon all her power, intelligence and courage - and trust in the loyalty of friends - to restore balance. Share the journey on the Dragonfang. The ride is exhilarating!"
Paul Collins has written over 130 books and 140 short stories. He is best known for The Quentaris Chronicles (The Spell of Undoing is Book #1 in the most recent series), which he co-edits with Michael Pryor, The Jelindel Chronicles, The Earthborn Wars and The World of Grrym trilogy in collaboration with Danny Willis.
Paul's latest picture book is The Glasshouse, illustrated by Jo Thompson. Espionage space thriller, The Only Game in the Galaxy, the final exhilarating instalment of his YA series, The Maximus Black Files, was released in September 2013.
Paul has been short-listed for many awards and won the Aurealis, William Atheling and the inaugural Peter McNamara awards. He has had two Notable Books in the Children's Book Council of Australia Awards.
He has black belts in both ju jitsu and taekwondo - this experience can be seen in The Jelindel Chronicles.