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This sequel to Rhapsody rocks! Literally!
on 14 March 2001
Rhapsody continues her journey of discovery in this marvelous sequel. Travelling with Ashe, she leaves Grunthor and Achmed to meet the dragon Elynsynos. Then it's on to further train her mind and martial skills with the legendary Oelendra, in preparation for... With new characters like the Grandmother and the Earth child, Haydon continues to surprise and her storytelling is as unique in its own inimitable way as that of the new Master of Fantasy, George R.R. Martin. For those who are piqued by the frustratingly unresolved mystery of Ashe and Rhapsody's relationship, Prophecy will exceed your expectations. Sparks fly! Haydon also reveals fascinating new depths to Achmed and Grunthor's characters. Elizabeth Haydon's writing is fresh, earthy, humorous, lyrical and always compelling. Prophecy: Child of Earth is a wonderful sequel in a series that shows every evidence of surpassing itself with each successive installment.