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For some creatures, running and hiding is the only way to stay alive. But no one can run forever. 

Sorrel and her twins are malanthropes, creatures hated by the people of their world. Years of searching for a place where they can be safe has brought them to a mysterious new land. It would be a paradise if not for the terrible beast who casts its shadow on the people who call it home. 

The Story of Sorrel is a short novel in the Book of Deacon series, picking up the story of Sorrel and her children shortly after The Rise of the Red Shadow left off.

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  • David Haven
  • 25-01-2021

Dragons and Malthropes, what could go wrong?

Joseph Lallo has once again created such a fiction that we can only conclude that he is indeed a wizard of words among mere mortals. This compelling story of adventure and love reminds This grandfather of times spent in the best of adventures, those moments with grandkids and those times gone too quickly.

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