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The Prophet of Panamindorah, Complete Trilogy Kindle Edition

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From the Author

Hello, readers!

It's great to meet you. :) I loved C.S. Lewis's Narnia as a child (still do), and the world of Panamindorah grew from that deep affection. I also adore for Garth Nix's Abhorsen books, and a bit of that love may have seeped into this series. Panamindorah is a little more grown-up than Narnia or the Old Kingdom - a little more violent, and the characters do mention sex, although there's never any on-screen (as it were) in this series.

Prophet of Panamindorah is about the many ways that different kinds of people misunderstand each other. It's about learning who your real friends are and letting go of prejudice. It's about redemption. It's about coming home.

The first book in the series is free. Give it a try, and see whether my brand of story-telling is for you. So take my hand, step into the grove, and let's run away to another world.

All the best,
Abbie

Product Details

  • File Size: 1251 KB
  • Print Length: 468 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Pavonine Books (December 23, 2010)
  • Publication Date: December 23, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004H8G06Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,789 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Abigail Hilton is an itinerant nurse anesthetist. She has spent time in veterinary school, lived in Taiwan, and skinned rattlesnakes. Not in that order. Learn more about her at abigailhilton.net.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Stone on March 13, 2011
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In my opinion, this is a series on par with the works of Neil Gaiman, Phillip Pullman, and the greats of young adult fantasy. We have a young man, approaching his destiny with a realistic and sympathetic mix of fear, eagerness, and trepidation. We have a truly original fantasy world, like nothing else you've ever read (unless you're lucky enough to have read Hilton's other series, the Guild of the Cowry Catchers). We have a story that deals fearlessly with themes of growing up, losing innocence, and pursuing ideals. My words are not sufficient to convey to you how brilliant this book is. All I can say is this: read it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 21, 2011
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I think that the first book in the sieries, Fauns and Filinians, is the best out of the three. It focuses more on Corry than the others do. However, Corry finds out who he is in the third book, and you find out what happened to Gabalon. These are really great books. I like Fenrah the best, followed by Shyshax and Laylan. The "exerpts" at the beginning of every chapter are insightful and I highlighted many of them. The world in which Corry comes (back) to is like no other fantasy world I have encountered before (and that's quite a few). These books are really wonderful.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matthew R. Bunn on January 2, 2011
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I have been waiting for this. I finished listening to Prophet about 6 months ago and now this my excuse to revisit this world and look for details. A simple less conflicted world than Cowry Catchers, but still brilliant and involving. A setting well worth many more books. More please but finish the Cowry books first.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Kolakowski on August 27, 2013
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Abigail Hilton does not disappoint with this intense trilogy! This is a different time and part of Panamindorah than the Cowry Catchers, and offers a different part of the history. The two series go well together, though Cowry Catchers is definitely for an adult audience (versus teens/YA). This story is about the wizards and their part in the history of the world and how they fit with the Firebird and Wyverns. I definitely recommend this book for anyone who enjoys fantasy stories.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer L. Fitzpatrick on June 13, 2011
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This trilogy, and it's sister series "Cowry Catchers," are amazing stories. I'm a true fan from podiobooks, but having the story and illustrations in print is worth the price. Please give these fantasy stories a chance-the world is so creatively done, so complex, yet the characters maintain a humanity. Absolutely wonderful!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Editor on February 13, 2012
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I really enjoyed this book. The only disappointment was the editing. Every single page had spelling and grammatical errors. While I am no spelling genious myself, I found this distracting. It was as if someone had turned spell check on and forgot the personal touch.
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Would you listen to The Prophet of Panimindorah again? Why?

Yes, and I have, several times...and so has my son. Both my son and I first started listening to this series in 2009 on Podiobooks and have re-listened to this series a couple times a year when we run out of audio. Honestly, the story is just as exciting as the first time. We love this world that Abbie has created. I have 5-6 hours a day chained to my workstation where we are encouraged not to talk while we work, but encouraged to listen to our audio devices...so I have many hours to consume audio. I love a variety of genres, so when I came across this YA Fantasy, I decided to check it out since I was looking for things to share with my (then) 9 year old son. The universe is rich, the characters engaging, and the dark themes are well balanced with lighter moments. My son is now 13 and loves it even more. Recently I was able to obtain the Audible version and love it even more as there is nothing interrupting my story.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Prophet of Panamindorah?

Honestly, there are many as this world is so large and you don't realize it until you are in the middle of everything. I think the moments that I think of quickest are those where you suddenly realize how something fits together and the world, and the story, expands.

Have you listened to any of Abigail Hilton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This story was my first introduction to Abbie's fiction and found it on Podiobooks. Over time I have collected nearly all of her audio fiction and most of her paper/electronic fiction. I can say, I prefer full audio as it reminds me of old radio drama, but a good straight read is just as good.
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I recently finished the Guild of the Cowry Catchers and was looking for other Abigail Hilton work, so I got this trilogy as well. It was an good story, and excellent world creation, but the main character was frustrating for me. He was too reactive, rather than active - just sort of wandering around reacting to the events swirling around him - which made him hard to empathize with as a character. The characters around him though were well fleshed out and very complex, many changing significantly throughout the trilogy. Some I wanted more time with (I don't feel like I have a good handle on what was going on with Capricia or with Syrill and I kept having to re-adjust my mental image of them as I read), but most of the characters were very well defined and all the threads neatly wrapped up at the end, which is impressive given the length of the work.
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