Waycaller: Episode 4: Night of Falling Leaves (Waycaller Chronicles)

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Waycaller: Episode 4: Night of Falling Leaves (Waycaller Chronicles)

Waycaller Episode Night of Falling Leaves Waycaller Chronicles Things are not going well in Anwynn for Jack Gordon and his little sister Harriett They ve been attacked by a horde of goblins hunted by a dark prince of the Vellenor and had to hide up a tree in Fel

Things are not going well in Anwynn for Jack Gordon and his little sister Harriett They ve been attacked by a horde of goblins, hunted by a dark prince of the Vellenor and had to hide up a tree in Fellwood Forest, a very grim place, to avoid Mog, a demented Oakling with unsanitary habits and cannibalistic tendencies Now they are going to Songarielle There they will seekThings are not going well in Anwynn for Jack Gordon and his little sister Harriett They ve been attacked by a horde of goblins, hunted by a dark prince of the Vellenor and had to hide up a tree in Fellwood Forest, a very grim place, to avoid Mog, a demented Oakling with unsanitary habits and cannibalistic tendencies Now they are going to Songarielle There they will seek the aid of Amallayne, one of the most powerful Faeden of them all, and, Jack hopes, be reunited with Anarra Waycaller is a fantasy novel in seven episodes This is episode 4 Waycaller is old school fantasy revamped for modern readers, both adult and young adult For lots of extra, free material about Waycaller including information about the other episodes, go to waycaller

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One thought on “Waycaller: Episode 4: Night of Falling Leaves (Waycaller Chronicles)

  1. Prue Range on said:

    This is really brilliant. With each episode the story gets better! A truly exciting series. See my review for episode 1.

  2. Bella Soleil on said:

    D.J. McPhee's Waycaller is the best fantasy fiction I've read for years. The plot draws you in straight away. I won't spoil it by talking about it here but it's action-packed and heart warming. I enjoyed this series as much as the Harry Potter series, which was my last big fantasy love. Set in a world like Middle Earth, the characters are terrific. The hero, Jack, and his little sister, Harriett, are both believable and likable. Harriett is my favorite. I messaged D.J. McPhee to tell him I love [...]

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