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The Prophet of Panamindorah, Book 1 Fauns and Filinians [Kindle Edition]

Abigail Hilton
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Book Description

The past is the key to the future.

Corry showed up at the orphanage two years ago, unable to remember how he’d gotten there. He spoke a language no one recognized, and he was afraid of cars and planes and computers. Corry can remember snippets of another life, but no matter how hard he tries to remember, it just keeps slipping away.

Then one day, he meets a fauness in an orange grove. She’s from a world called Panamindorah, and he can understand her language. In addition, Corry can read a language that no one in Panamindorah has been able to read for three hundred years. Has he really been gone that long? Now he must recover his lost memories and rebuild his life, because the person who tried to kill him once is about to try again.

This is the first book in The Prophet of Panamindorah trilogy. The books are:

Fauns and Filinians
Wolflings and Wizards
Fire and Flood

The series is also available as a single download called: The Prophet of Panamindorah, Complete Trilogy.

This 55,000-word book is DRM-free and carefully formatted.

Books In This Series (3 Books)
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    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 977 KB
    • Print Length: 266 pages
    • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
    • Publisher: Pavonine Books (9 Mar. 2011)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B004RCNWIO
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
    • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,270 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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    5.0 out of 5 stars definitely a good adventure story 1 Sept. 2013
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    It is definitely a brilliant story. It is a about a boy who is in foster care who is interested in going in the forest most of the time and is acvidently enters a world of animals that understands a very old language and meets a strange lady who is
    confused on how he can know this language and he is brought on an adventure while he is learning about the war between the animal kingdom. It is full of adventure.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Engaging read 14 May 2013
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    I really enjoyed this book. It was an engaging read, a bit short but think you need to read all three.Good plot and well written characters.
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    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Good 11 May 2012
    By Debby
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    Very enjoyable read - I have the kindle app on my iPad and I have never read so much! Very convenient
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 18 Sept. 2014
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Good fantasy novel. Ends in a cliffhanger. 27 May 2011
    By Ed Pegg Jr - Published on
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    The main character of the novel is Corry, who seems to be human. In the length of this first novel, he has amnesia about his past. A short chapter is spent on Earth, and then it's off to Panamindorah.

    The book ends abruptly with a cliffhanger, and I haven't read the other two books in the trilogy, yet. The whole set is reasonably priced The Prophet of Panamindorah, Complete Trilogy, and I've liked the story well enough to have purchased it. I haven't yet read books 2 and 3.

    There are many fantasy races, primarily fauns, who come in Wood (deer), Cliff (sheep), and Swamp (goat) varieties. There are also centaurs, pegasi, half-manatee, half-alligators, wolflings, foxlings, other canines, and various cat creatures based on lions, cheetahs, and snow leopards.

    Threading all of these characters together is the amnesia-stricken character Corry, who is learning as we're learning. New character come in at an easy pace, and I had no trouble keeping track of them. Chapters tended to be short, concise, and interesting.

    The abruptness of the ending made this feel like an extended sample rather than a proper book. Still, I've liked it enough to continue on.
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Slow start that improves nicely as the book progresses 6 July 2011
    By W. B. Kamffer - Published on
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    The Prophet of Panamindorah book one (of three), Fauns and Filinians, is the story of a boy named Corellian (Corry for short) who can't remember his past. All he knows is he doesn't belong in some foster home in Florida. He soon encounters a faun (half human, half deer), and before long he's whisked away to another world, one from which (it is revealed) he came to begin with-though he has only deep memory to confirm this: language, and a vague sense of familiarity.

    What develops from there is a series of intrigues as the fauns wage war against the wolflings (half human, half wolf), eventually sealing an alliance with the cats (who are just cats: lions and tigers and leopards and so forth-they killed the half human, half cat kind off before the story begins). In the midst of this, Corry finds out that he may be some sort of wizard, which is bad news for him as wizards are the hated enemies of everyone. And to top it all off, Corry also learns that he was born over four hundred years earlier, which means time passes on Earth much, much slower than it does in Panamindorah.

    Well, that's the set up, and I have to be frank: After being snared by the sample, I felt that for much of the first half of the book after that, the story was going nowhere. It was a bit difficult to follow, and details and description (apart from a few very poetic moments) were largely lacking, so that I began to feel sort of bleh about the whole thing. But, and it's a big but, the second half really kicked off, stuff started happening, and the entire experience improved dramatically. If ever there were a book of two halves, this would be it. Unfortunately, that rather tainted the overall experience for me. I would like to go on and read what becomes of Corry...but I'm not dying to. But the sequels are on my TBR list for after I'm done with a few reviews.

    Now, I say that because I want you to understand that this isn't a bad book by any means, it just takes some perseverance in the reading before the rewards start coming, and at the end of the day there is the makings of a good story here. The first volume ends on a literal cliffhanger (or waterfall hanger, if you like), and that cliffhanger is only made potent by the fact that Corry is a nice guy, as are the two fauns he has befriended, Syrill and Capricia, and you don't want anything bad to happen to them. It took some time, but there did come a point at which I began to care for these characters, and that is to Ms. Hilton's credit.

    One other thing I should say about Fauns and Filinians is that it is YA fantasy, which I will confess likely influences my reaction a little, seeing as I only read YA fantasy part-time. My bias manifests itself, for example, in my feelings that Harry Potter is a far less compelling character than most all of the adults who inhabit his world. There is something about child heroes that frequently doesn't work for me. Anyhow, that's my bias, and how it applies to the book in question is that I confess the adult characters-particularly the wolflings and cats (adult is a relative term in this universe)-to be the most interesting, and I found myself liking them much sooner than I did the protagonist. However, if I were a teen reading Fauns and Filinians, that might be an altogether different case (kids dress up as Harry Potter all the time, after all).

    At the end of the day, I can recommend Fauns and Filinians because there is a lot of promise here, much of it has just yet to be fulfilled. The book's target audience is likely to get more from the reading than I did, but I still found the "adult" concerns such as political intrigue to be... well... intriguing.
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent free kindle book 5 Sept. 2013
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    Excellent free kindle book. My kids love reading books on our Samsung tablet, which is half the battle with young kids.
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars A World Apart 12 Sept. 2013
    By Susan D. - Published on
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    I loved the story. Stayed up until 4 am to finish it. Well worth the read and the price. I recommend it highly.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars fantastic prelude to cowery catchers! 31 Mar. 2014
    By Dana Pearson - Published on
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    After becoming totally enraptured by Abigail's wonderful fantasy series, I wanted more! Prophet, indeed the entire trilogy, is an exquisite creation, full of magnificent creatures in a magically complex imaginary world full of mythical creatures which had me laughing, crying, and totally entranced. As my eyesite is bad I bought the audible trilogy and quickly became captivated by this world.

    Abby narrates her own book and I really enjoy her vocal rendering.

    While some have said the books starts slowly, I feel creating this world takes a bit of time. I rapidly found I cold not put the story away as I soon felt I was deep within this world of wonderment...
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