Finally, its almost here! The release of the fourth Fabled Quest Chronicles novel–The Forest of Ancients, will be on May 4th.
Titan's Caravan has now reached the Great Forest, the immense region of magic lands far more vast than the Lands of Man and Fae-Land combined. It is a region where “you may encounter a fifteen-foot squirrel and then a swarm of twenty-foot fire ants or a thirty-foot snake.” But unfortunately, there are many of things in the Great Forest than giant animals–including, possibly, the Four Kings.
Join Traveler and company on the most dangerous leg of their quest so far. Above all, they must heed the ancient warnings. Do not anger the Great Forest. PRE-ORDER BOOK FOUR TODAY!
From Book Description Page
Do Not Anger the Great Forest!
The Fabled Quest Chronicles continues in Book Four of the epic fantasy adventure series—filled with heroes, villains, monsters and magic.
Their departure from the Lands of Man for the magic lands is a distant memory. Titan’s Caravan survived the war wizards of Xenhelm and have marched past Faë-Land itself–the lands of fairies, sprites, elves, centaurs, and goblins. But now they leave all human and fae civilization behind to continue their quest along Titan’s Trail.
But what monsters and magic await in the Great Forest? Giant beasts and mythical creatures—either beautiful or evil, either harmless or horrific.
Traveler leads their Titan’s Caravan onward. They do so not only under the shadow of the evil Four Kings of Xenhelm and the Forest’s own magical and frightful “wildlife” but a mystery that has confounded elves and fae for centuries.
The fabled kingdom of Atlantea draws nearer—or does it?
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