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Forever Lost: Fallen

By: Nicole Sherwood
Narrated by: Ben Nelson
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Prince Catair, the youngest son of the king of the elves, finds himself sent on a mission to destroy an ancient evil necklace discovered to be in his possession. The mission goes wrong from the start.

The group made up of Prince Catair’s best friend William Starling, his fiancée Annalee, and new and old friends faced monsters, weather, and evil sorcerers. Tragedy strikes on Prince Catair’s soul when he and Annalee are washed overboard into an unforgiving sea. Separated from any help, Annalee falls victim to the evil ancient necklace. Now Prince Catair must race against time to save Annalee and all the kingdoms when an ancient dragon warrior and his queen rain destruction throughout all the kingdoms, razing cities, towns, and villages to the ground with fire and rage.

As Prince Catair fights his way against magic and time, another unseen enemy moves in the background to bring down and destroy all that Prince Catair holds dear and is trying so hard to save.

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