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The Kraken's Lament by Mark Wright.
Gather round, wretched peoples of Atlantis, for Acanthus the Talesmith has a story to tell! A story of adventure, of courage, of a Winged Goddess searching for truth and sanctuary in a friendless city…On the streets of this fair city, the Goddess searches for a path to the child of two worlds but finds instead only questions and danger.
Be astonished as she defies the rage of the dreaded Kraken! Wonder as she sups with the tragic Queen in her carved stone palace, high above the city! Marvel at her bravery as she gazes deep into the Further Beyond!
Come one, come all and listen! Listen to Acanthus the Talesmith, and let him amaze you with his story...the story of Professor Bernice Summerfield and The Kraken’s Lament!
The Temple of Questions by Jacqueline Rayner. Life can be dangerous when a god’s got it in for you. Bernice and her Historian allies, Ruth and Leonidas, are trying to unearth the truth behind the mysterious world they’re living in. Poseidon, god of the seas, is apparently offering them answers - but only if they play his games. And he’s not playing fair.... Bernice’s new family is in danger of being ripped apart by forces that are beyond their understanding. To keep her friends, she might have to lose the games...and her life with them.
Private Enemy No. 1 by Tony Leethe. Great Leader is dead...long live the Great Leader! Atlantis is in disarray. The Historians are hiding Bernice, Leonidas and Ruth within their safe house - but the world is changing more than they could have ever imagined. People are being erased from existence, their memories wiped clean and replaced with those of others. Entire buildings are altering, times are changing...and the Hierophants are on the move.
Can Bernice and her friends save Atlantis from the end of existence? Or will they too be assimilated?
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- Dawn Martin
Refreshing and unusual.
Really enjoyed these intriguing stories, great performances by all the cast and sound production is excellent.