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Olympian fencer, Selene Lacertus, thought she had a pretty set life. She didn’t have a lot of expectations. She had a mother she loved and a best friend she’d do almost anything for. Things were pretty normal until a stranger appears and she wakes up in another world – Talare.

Powerful magic called Ziyaika, Dragons, Princes and Kings were weird enough but to be told that she is supposed to be their prophesized heroine pushes her to the edge. Selene wants nothing to do with Talare and spends her energies trying to find a way home but she can’t push Talare completely out of her life.

Can Selene find her way home before her life and destiny becomes too deeply intertwined with Talare?


About the Author

LeAnn Galland
bball_roxy Washington

LeAnn Galland lives in the lovely Pacific Northwest. She's an Army brat and can say, with a smile, that she was born in South Korea. She loves Asian cuisine and has an insatiable addication to cofee and chosolate. Soemtimes separate but most often together. Writing for LeAnn really started as a way to keep herself awake in the middle of class. The margins of her notes were filled with fantastical worlds, ferocious beasts and passionate protagonists. She enjoyed the way it took her to other worlds and continued it as a hobby. Eventually through the encouragement of friends and family...lots of encouragement, she compiled Talare's Propehcy with the intent to publish. Talare's Prophecy was orginally intended to be a standalone book but alas, it grew far too long and was divested into three parts. LeAnn intends to release the remaining three parts of the Last Dark Age Trilogy as quickly as possible, seeing as the final two books are mostly completed already.

Publish Date  November 30, 2011

Dimensions  Trade  272 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Science Fiction & Fantasy

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