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A Triumph of Souls (Journeys of the Catechist #3)

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Arriving in the land of Ehl-Larimar, he and his loyal friends face their greatest battle: thwarting Themaryl's powerful captor, Hymneth the Possessed. For the first time, the friends are wondering whether the price of victory may be too dear.
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Published June 28th 2000 by Aspect (first published March 1st 2000)
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Having found at last a way across the sea, Etjole Ehomba is not finding the journey any easier than before. Few things speed him on his way, and many things attempt to delay him. But the herdsman is still holding fast to his promise to the dying Tarin Beckwith: to rescue the Visioness Themaryl from her abductor and return her to her people. He goes with prophecy ringing in his ears announcing his quest is doomed to failure, and himself to death if he continues. Yet he has already staked honor as ...more
Mary Ann
Once again I'm reminded of why I like this author. Some of the chapters can stand alone and the reader won't need the information presented earlier. Mr. Foster's imagination makes reading full of surprises and quite unpredictable.
Christina Lynch
The wait is finally over

I had totally forgotten the ending. Some of it was a surprise - but not all. Very glad I finally found them again.
The final book in the trilogy, the group finishes its quest with some surprise revelations that make for a satisfying ending.
I don't read much of this type of book - sort of science fiction/fantasy. I enjoyed this trilogy, though don't think it'll be particularly memorable. I found the author's universe compelling and interesting and the characters cheesy, but not overly so. There were a few moments where the author's morality picture sort of overwhelmed the story (e.g., a dig at TV and its ability to inculcate too much GroupThink), but mostly the story flowed along nicely. I don't think the second two books would sta ...more
Stephen Marquez
I probably should have read the earlier books but I thoroughly enjoyed this one.
Odd, imaginative, with an excellent protagonist. Not the kind of book I have leisure for, but hard to put down, not knowing what will happen next.
The last chapter left me wanting. It seemed that much more could be written, but the author just wanted to end the trilogy.
Nice little fantasy book. Kinds of disconnected, but with a happy ending. Plenty of magic and special powers.
I hated having to leave these characters.
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Bestselling science fiction writer Alan Dean Foster was born in New York City in 1946, but raised mainly in California. He received a B.A. in Political Science from UCLA in 1968, and a M.F.A. in 1969. Foster lives in Arizona with his wife, but he enjoys traveling because it gives him opportunities to meet new people and explore new places and cultures. This interest is carried over to his writing, ...more
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