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After Pamela's father vanished 27 years ago, her life has been content. That is, until she is visited by disturbing dreams, telling that her father is in danger.
She also receives a mysterious message, telling her that Arthur has been imprisoned on a distant planet, and only she can rescue him. To do so, she must release the evil entity trapped within the famous sword, Excalibur. If she trusts this strange messenger and releases the terrifying Shalit from its confinement, Pamela could be endangering Earth and all the other planets in the universe.
Will she be strong enough to control the Shalit, save her father, and protect everyone she loves? And can she risk destroying all life if she's not?
©2016 Sahara Foley (P)2017 Sahara Foley
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By D. Nelson on 08-24-17

What a joy and an adventure!

I loved this book better than the first of the trilogy. First off, kudos to K. Orion Fray, for her execution of the characters. I really enjoyed hearing the voice of each character as the story played out.

Second, I love that Sahara Foley did not have to have big bloody scenes to express how difficult things had been for these different cultures. I know that other reviews have commented on the sex scenes being pornographic, but to me there is nothing more pornographic than a lot of needless slaughter.

I think this book is very poinent in today's atmosphere of segregation and mistrust between races. I know that the bones of this story was written way before our calender turned to the 2000's, but it couldn't have a more relevant message today in 2017. Thank you for another great adventure.

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By med c on 07-11-17

Book 2

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Revenge of Excalibur?

This audiobook give us a whole new adventure with a new set of characters, rather than a strict continuation of Arthur, Ruth, and Daisy's story. Through flashbacks into the main storyline, the author reveals what has happened to Arthur and Daisy over the course of a couple of decades, and now Arthur's grown daughter with Ruth- one that he doesn't even know exists

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