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The Lost Queen

(The Empyrical Tales #2)

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Zandria and Olena continue their adventures in the land of Empyrean. Zandria discovers a magical crystal that may be the clue to finding their mother, who has been missing the past six years. Zandria and some new friends set out on a quest to recover the other crystals. The wicked Carnivale Chaotica ringleader, Raymond Shaydaway, wants the crystals for his own evil ends an ...more
Paperback, 194 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Comfort Publishing, LLC
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Giovanni Gelati
Feb 26, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Once in a while I think I find a gem, something maybe some people have seen, but really hasn’t found the audience it deserves yet. “The Lost Queen” is one of those works. It as a YA novel, is part of The Empyrical Tales series, and it is fun , innovative and flat out well written. Yeah how do I really feel about it huh? Here is what is between the covers on this:
“Zandria and Olena continue their adventures in the land of Empyrean. Zandria discovers a magical crystal that may be the clue to findi
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Valentina
May 24, 2011 rated it really liked it
This is the second book in series about Empyrean, the complex kingdom that Mr. Miller has created. A wonderful sequel, it is infused with the same kind of magic that the first book in the series had, making it a good choice for all ages.
The characters truly shine in this one. They jump off the page, with Zandria leading the way. We are introduced to the Skiordan people, shadow characters of the Peckwood forest as well as Raymond Shaydaway, a fantastic villain who seems to steal the scenes he app
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Sep 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
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More often than not as story has a tendency to peter out as the tale continues in book sequels. Not so with the second book in The Empyrical Tales. Suspenseful and even a tiny bit creepy at times, like all good fairy tales should be, The Lost Queen is packed with in depth story telling and fast paced action as our little Zandria heads out to fulfill her quest. This book just zips along,never leaving the reader wanting.

The storyline already established from the first book, The Fourth Queen
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Wennifred
May 31, 2011 marked it as to-read
I just won a copy from Goodreads. Looking forward to reading it. I will write a review after I've read it. Thank you.
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Janet Beasley
Feb 14, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Author Mark Miller has done it again - his fairy tale fantasies are proving to be captivating, entertaining, and enlightening. In the Lost Queen be prepared to meet some new characters that add a new dimension to the story with their creepiness and rather disgusting ways. But fear not, the lovely Olena and Zandria over shadow the evil that lurks in the dark. You will cheer, frolic, and experience a journey first hand that leads you to a tear-jerker of an ending leaving you wanting more. Can't wa ...more
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Originally from Kansas, Mark has lived in Florida since 2006. He has achieved some success as a Kindle Best Seller and having one of his short stories selected as a winner in the Florida Writer's Association Short Story Collection.

Growing up in Kansas, Mark graduated from Sumner Academy of Arts and Sciences and received his Bachelor's in Film from the University of Kansas.

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The Empyrical Tales (3 books)
  • The Fourth Queen (The Empyrical Tales, #1)
  • The Secret Queen (The Empyrical Tales, #3)