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Shadows Past

Shadows Past, February 2010
Borderlands #3
by Lorna Freeman

400 pages
ISBN: 0451463226
EAN: 9780451463227
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"A detailed fantasy adventure filled with elaborate cultural diversity."

Fresh Fiction Review

Shadows Past
Lorna Freeman

Reviewed by Vicky Gilpin
Posted January 16, 2010

Fantasy Historical

Some might feel Rabbit was ineptly named: no trembling bunny, Rabbit is a powerful figure with diverse and powerful friends. Although it might seem like right after quashing a rebellion, he and his king would be able to rest and recoup. Instead, as the king's heir, Rabbit is told he has to make recompense for when his mother, a highborn lady, deserted her betrothed to run away with his father. Therefore, the entire party lands in the middle of intrigues upon intrigues when they arrive to meet Rabbit's new betrothed: the daughter of the man jilted by his mother.

In addition, unusual magic abounds, a companion's daughter is revealed, and twisty plots and subplots tighten like a snare around Rabbit, who quickly realizes he may once again be enmeshed in circumstances he cannot control.

A detailed fantasy adventure, SHADOWS PAST expertly enfolds the reader with detailed exposition, thorough character development and fascinating examples of elaborate cultural diversity.

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The bestselling Borderlands saga continues

Rabbit is struggling to make sense of his new powers and his new position as King Jusson's heir when a man once scorned by his mother comes seeking retribution- and demands that Rabbit marry his daughter...

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