Lands of Daranor
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    DreamQuest | Bill T. Pottle

    DreamQuest

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 57 mins)
    • By Bill T. Pottle
    • Narrated By Alan White
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    A young boy in a small village has a mysterious dream that hints of the fantastic power of the Water Orb, one of the four elemental forces lost to the world for nearly three centuries. Heeding the advice of the powerful wizard Zelin, Tarthur sets off on a quest to understand his dream and its consequences for the fate of civilization. Join Tarthur and Derlin as they travel through the land, learning about the world, themselves, and what it means to pass from boyhood into the world of men.

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    Prophecy Quest: Lands of Daranor | Bill Pottle

    Prophecy Quest: Lands of Daranor

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Bill Pottle
    • Narrated By Alan White
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    Journey again to the Lands of Daranor in the sequel to Dream Quest. Tivu the Cloudwalker appears, and the time to pass through the Wall of Glass draws near. But the prophecy says only One can enter....

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    SwordQuest: Lands of Daranor, Book 3 | Bill Pottle

    SwordQuest: Lands of Daranor, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Bill Pottle
    • Narrated By Matthew L Molberg
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    SwordQuest is the third and final book in the Lands of Daranor Trilogy. The story resolves the events of ProphecyQuest and introduces the new powerful nanoswarm enemy who came through the Portal after Darhyn. The companions are in dire straits. Great warriors and leaders have been lost, and the prophecy is only partly fulfilled. Their only hope may lie in the confidence of a broken man and the wisdom of a child.

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