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Roarke's Wisdom: Going Home (Book Three of the Hagenspan Chronicles)

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Summary

Hagenspan was a mythic land that once existed in our own world--nearest estimates place it somewhere in the north Atlantic, perhaps during the Middle Ages. Apparently one of the last bastions for creatures from the Old World, its shores were haunted by memories of dwarfs and fairies, kobolds and trolls, giants and dragons. The tales of Hagenspan recount the days when humankind had nearly, but not quite, forgotten those other folk, who were diminishing as it had been decreed. The Hagenspan Chronicles are a bittersweet recounting of the world that once was; sometimes whimsical, sometimes heroic, sometimes heart-rending.
Going Home is the third book in the cycle of Roarke’s Wisdom tales from the nine-book saga called The Hagenspan Chronicles. In it we find a resolution to the tension left at the end of The Courtship of Hollie, and we find Roarke taking Hollie and Will back to Blythecairne, and then on to Roarke’s other castle, Thraill in the westlands.

Here we find romance in the touching story of the relationship between Roarke’s squire Will and Roarke’s niece Piper, as well as the continually growing tale of Roarke’s and Hollie’s marriage. But a dark cloud hangs over the lovers in the story, as the shadow of the last dragon of Hagenspan looms over them, threatening everything that they have come to love in the world.

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