The Dreamt Child: Earth's Pendulum, Book Three

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Liannis, Earth’s seer, cannot deny the meaning of her recurring dream. She and Merrist must bear a child – with great gifts. Earth has decreed it. But the people resist the changes, bringing danger to the pair and strife to the lands. Both face tests, sometimes without each other, to fulfill their destiny and bring The Dreamt Child forth into safety and initiate the new era of peace and balance. More

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Words: 92,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987826084
About Yvonne Hertzberger

Yvonne Hertzberger is a native of the Netherlands who immigrated to Canada in 1950. She is married with two grown children, (one married) and resides quietly in Stratford, Ontario with her spouse, Mark in a 130 year old, tiny, brick cottage, where she plans to live out her retirement. She calls herself a jill-of-all-trades and a late bloomer. Her many past paid jobs included banking, day care, residential care for challenged children, hairdressing (her favourite) retail, and customer service. She enjoys gardening, singing, the theatre, decorating and socializing with friends and family
Hertzberger is an alumna of The University of Waterloo, first with a B.A. in psychology, then and Hon. B.A. Sociology and stopped ½ a thesis short of an M.A. in Sociology. She has always been an avid student of human behaviour. This, and her personal experiences are what give her the insights she uses to develop the characters in her writing.
Hertzberger came to writing late in life, hence the label ‘late bloomer’. Her first Fantasy novel “Back From Chaos: Book One of Earth’s Pendulum” was published in 2009. The second volume in the planned trilogy “Through Kestrel’s Eyes” is available currently and the third book in the trilogy “The Dreamt Child” was published in December 2013.

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Review by: Patricia Reid on Dec. 25, 2014 :
Great read. Enjoyed the intrigues and the spiritual nature of the story
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