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Zen's Heritage continues the story from Arawn's Quest. The adventure picks up from the perspective of Zen, an orphaned boy taken in and raised by the Wizard Diaden to be a mage in a world where a treaty with dangerous elemental beings forbids such learning. When the boy turned 14, Diaden brought him to find Arawn Segomo so they could both help the man on his quest to free ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published February 14th 2012 by Northwinter Press (first published February 13th 2012)
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C.p. Bialois
Apr 27, 2012 C.p. Bialois rated it really liked it
As sequels go, Zen’s Heritage remains on the same level with its predecessor, Arwan’s Quest, and in some ways surpasses it. Told from the perspective of the young mage Zen, the story delves into what makes the young boy thinks and feels around his friends in a deeper manner, in my opinion, than the first book.

It begins with a brief backstory about the day Zen’s mentor and “father” Diaden begins preparing him for his journey. It’s here we begin to see the true history and heritage behind the you
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Scott
Feb 28, 2012 Scott rated it really liked it
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Zen's Heritage is the second book in the Arawn's Quest series. Picking up where the first book left off the group of adventurer's still strives to collect the power stones they need to complete the item that will return Arawn's people to the proper dimension.

This book really does a lot with the interplay between characters. Zen has a secret that he has been keeping from the others and it becomes harder and harder for him to keep it. There are also a few new races that get introduced in this sto
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Shahrun
Mar 20, 2012 Shahrun rated it really liked it
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First I have to tell you that I won this book through GoodReads First Reads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review. So here goes...

This book is the sequel to the author's Arawn's Quest. This time we walk along through the lands of the Pneumadesi in Zen's shoes. As the journey continues, we meet more of the different and diverse people (beings) and their unique way of life (I particularly enjoyed the Vedros), encountering danger and mysteries along the way. I would like to read the next insta
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Malcolm
Feb 15, 2012 Malcolm rated it really liked it
Ed's managed to do it again. Zen's Heritage was a very enjoyable read. It certainly fulfilled the promise of a good story that started with Arawn's Quest.

As an avid reader, I am obligated to ask that you please don't just take my word for it. Check out Zen's Heritage for yourself. You truly will not be disappointed.
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Edward Larel is the premier loremaster of Northwinter Press. He's a loving husband and father of three who spends his time working on story information for the World of Pnumadesi and helping out with the production of other Northwinter Press products, such as the Pnumadesi Player's Companion for the fourth edition of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game by Wizards of the Coast. When he's no ...more
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