"Whatever you read now you
I will tell you things that seem impossible.. and what may seem impossible here,
is in fact
in anther world."
A Moth in the Flames
A tale of sacrifice, love, and magic.
Being born from a sorceress is supposed to be a blessing not a curse, and the Fates have instructed the daughter of Mawi to change the course of history.
Banished to Tarragon Island to hone her craft, Sansara is the chosen one - and the challenges are intense. Facing dangers, isolation, and hidden magic, the struggle can be too much for a woman on her own. So when the mysterious Raoul is shipwrecked on her island, she is torn between their strong connection and the sense that something feels very wrong.
But the Fates are watching closely, because she has the future of the Kingdom resting on her shoulders.
In the end, with everything against her, can Sansara fulfil the prophecy?
Discover all, in this first part of the Kingdom of Durundal saga.
'Whatever you read now you must believe. I will tell you things that seem impossible and highly improbable. But remember that we live in a world where everything is decided by what we can see and what we touch. If we can't see it or we don't understand it, then we perceive that it doesn't exist. But it does exist, and what may seem impossible here, is in fact highly probable in another world.'
With stories as perennial and universally beloved as The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of The Rings - but also unlike anything but themselves - this series is perfect for those new to the world of enchanting magic: for to know The Kingdom of Durundal is to love it.