Aldin has always felt out of place. In her fifteen years of life as a refugee alongside her parents in the small elf enclave of Lar, she’s never displayed a single one of the gifts for which her race, the oracles, are known. But what if she isn’t who everyone wants her to believe she is? What if there’s another explanation?
The Oracle’s daughter is the first book in the Landeron saga, a coming of age story that explores the power of friendship, solidarity, and the love that’s possible between people of different origins, whose paths will cross in the fight for survival in an unforgiving world.
Because the only limits that exist are the ones we place on ourselves.
First novel of the “Landeron” trilogy.
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First chapters (independent translation):
- Isaiah O’Bryon (USA)
- Steven Kiely (Ireland): 3 first chapters (PDF)