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Dragons and Visions #3

The Giants of Glorborin

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Patrick Ferguson (Pat) explores a stone circle known as Adam's Calendar in South Africa, a mission suggested by the Dragons he encountered in Dragon Song. Pat believes he will discover more hidden powers in his dragon ring. Fearing the unknown Pat hesitates and Bobbie, his babysitter and undisclosed love, takes the ring and tries it herself. She vanishes and finds herself in a strange land where the people are as tall as houses. Meanwhile, Pat, left behind in uncertainty, discovers a mysterious map and a very unusual mirror. The Giants of Glorborin is a story of faith and the overcoming of fear. Travel deep into the subconscious world where everything seems possible and into a land of giants where an ancient conflict raises its ugly head.

200 pages, Paperback

Published February 4, 2016

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Jim Murdoch

8 books59 followers
From Belfast, Northern Ireland, Jim Murdoch faced a paradigm shift which gave him a new world view. He views everything and everyone being connected. A path of self development studies followed where he delved into many subjects including metaphysics and, yes, dragons. With his wife, Katharina, he co-authored their self-help story Wings of Change. This got him thinking about writing fiction instead of boring self-help books. Taking inspiration from The Alchemist and The Celestine Prophecies he waited for the inspiration. 'Pursuit' was the result.
With Dragon Boy Jim published his first children's metaphysical fantasy and sounded Dream Meadow Press.
Jim lives with his wife in Northern Ireland.

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Author 15 books119 followers
March 21, 2018
Having have read the previous novels in the series, I was excited to finally read the latest one as well. It was lovely to follow Pat's story again, and learn more about him as a character. Besides dragons we also get to read about other mythical figures - the giants. This gives it a new, fascinating angle, which I enjoyed very much. Bobbie's trip to their dimension is full of surprises and very well demonstrated. I simply loved the setting of the mysterious stone circles in South Africa as a background of the new developments and issues. Pat and Bobbie are wonderful heroes who grew on me, so I would be excited to read on and follow their stories beyond this novel. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed delving into Jim Murdoch's dragon stories once again!
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Author 1 book2 followers
February 16, 2016
I had a bit of a wow moment when I read the first chapter of Jim's new book. I had only the day before watched an insightful video about Adam's Calendar and of the mystery of the stone circles in South Africa and the first chapter in this book is titled 'Adam's Calendar,' well it makes you wonder doesn't it? And that's what this book does it makes you wonder about the secrets of this planet and the hidden depths within us all.
It's a fun easy read and it's just wonderful to see a writer progressing in his chosen craft.

Wendy Mackenzie
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