"PROPHECY adds a romantic middle to Fantasy adventure"
This is the sequel to RHAPSODY and second in the trilogy.
PROPHECY continues the adventures of Rhapsody,
While Achmed and Grunthor explore the ancient underground
caverns, Rhapsody travels with Ashe on her own quest to
seek out the great dragon Elynsynos. From the dragon she
learns more about the Prophecies, the F'dor and his
While Rhapsody is on her quest, Achmed and Gunther discover
the remains of the Dhracian settlement with Grandmother
protecting the Sleeping Earthchild. She tells them time is
short and to return with Rhapsody as the prophecy is for
the three of them. As Achemd is half Dhracian, he is
trained by Grandmother, the only other living Dhracian, in
a method to capture F'dor. Grunthor's affinity with earth
has developed and his ability to merge himself with rock
and soil prove invaluable.
The relationship between Ashe and Rhapsody has developed in
spite of the objections of Achemd and Rhapsody's adopted
sister, Jo. Rhapsody learns that the F'dor demon made a
Rakshaka from part of Ashe's soul and has decided to help
him by destroying the Rakshaka and reclaiming Ashe's piece
But they have not yet identified the demon's host or
disarmed its agents. What they have discovered is that
Rakshaka has bred children with demon blood.
The adventures summarized are only part of the action and
relationships developed in this story. I am pleased to say
that the author was not shy developing the love
relationships as well as the adventures and
interrelationships of the characters. I am constantly
amazed how some can graphically tell of a fight scene but
then shy away from a love scene. I am even more amazed at
those who criticize such balance in a story. I am eager to
read the final portion of this Saga... DESTINY.
Cy Korte © Copyright August 2001
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Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted September 30, 2001