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Faragon Fairingay (Atlanton Earth)

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Welcome to Atlanton Earth!

In this second spellbinding adventure that began with Greyfax Grimwald, friends Bear, Dwarf, and Otter are joined by Faragon Fairingay, the valiant young warrior. Sent to Lower Earth at the request of Lorini, the Lady of Light, the four allies embark on a fateful quest in search for the legendary Arkenchest and its vital Five Secrets.

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Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Starscape (first published January 1st 1977)
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First of all, I've got to say I love the artwork on this book coevr. It's not the art I've got on my edition, but it's nice. That pensive look on Bear's face, with the claw/finger up to his nose. But Otter -- how is he keeping that cloak/coat thing on? I'm not sure.

No matter. Another fine book here from Niel Hancock. Buddhist derring-do, meaning it's more a pure game of good versus evil than most fantasy tales. If you ask me, anyone who takes on this grenre is very brave to do so, since there is
Well, I don't really remember the series. And I never sought out anything else by the author, either. But I kept the boxed paperback set, right there on the shelf near the boxed set of Tolkein paperbacks which I tried to read, and couldn't.
I didn't finish the first book so I never tried to read this book.
This was a re-read because I read the first two in the series so long ago I didn't remember them. I think the first book might have been better at the time I read them, because I did read this one. Now that I have read this one again I'm not sure I think I know why I never read the third one in this series. I did obtain the next one and will see how it goes, hope it is more intersting than this book was.
The second book of what some might view as a trite fantasy series, but it has its charms.
I liked this one better than I liked the first! It was better than the first book!
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