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Publisher's Summary

In the world of Panamindorah, fauns build castles, cats raise armies, and wolflings craft legendary weapons. It is a world of magic and shape-shifters, inhabited by griffins, pegasus, and centaurs. Sometimes they live in harmony. Sometimes they wear each other's pelts.
Crossroads is a collection of six stories. These stories tie into two series of novels, The Prophet of Panamindorah and The Guild of the Cowry Catchers. Whether you're a fan of the audiobooks or a newcomer, these tales of devotion, betrayal, love, and lust will entertain and surprise you. These are stories of characters at crossroads in their lives, making decisions that define them.
Stories included are: "A Cat Prince Distinguishes Himself", "On the Edge", "Distraction", "Hualien", "Night in the Crystal City" (explicit), "Professionals" (not explicit, but not for children).
©2011 Abigail Hilton (P)2011 Abigail Hilton
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By Amazon Customer on 11-23-14

Great addition to the Paramindorah

Would you listen to Crossroads again? Why?

Yes It filled in places in the backstory and one story adds to what happens after "The Prophet of Paramindorah".

Who was your favorite character and why?

As a Collection of Short Stories the focus shifts characters. I like what happens to Cyril and learning more about Lexis.

What does Abigail Hilton bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The choices of narrator/reader give extra depth to the characters.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I felt it was too short and wanted more stories about both the world and to learn more about these characters.

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By Caitlin on 11-10-14

Panamindorah for new and seasoned readers!

What did you love best about Crossroads?

This collection has a great range of stories, each complete on their own, but together add a way to get to know your favorite character a bit better. If you are new to the world, this is a good taste of what it's like. If you've visited before, it gives new layers and perspectives on characters and events. And hearing about little Silveo, Seven, Hualien, and all the others is just too good to pass up.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Silveo is the first character I think of when Panamindorah comes to mind, and for good reason. At every age he is both wonderfully flawed and relate-able, and an incredible three-dimensional character. I would love to spend a day talking with this clever and charming foxling.

What does Abigail Hilton bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Hearing the stories narrated by Abigail Hilton, it really makes the story come alive. She is a great storyteller, and although her reading is lovely to listen to, I usually forget that I'm listening to a story, and not actually part of the adventures. Her chosen voice actors all share that ability. I can always count on Abigail Hilton's work to pull me into its world, which is not always the case with audiobooks. It also sounds like Abbie is talking with you, sharing this amazing world that she knows all about and is just so excited to share. It's impossible not to catch her enthusiasm.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

In "A Cat Prince Distinguishes Himself", Lexus's decision, and what he thinks may come of it, is particularly powerful. I love the resolve, and the hope among what might seem like a hopeless situation. It feels like a rallying cry for not just him, but echoes through the other characters stories.

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