Shadow Stalker Lasniniar Bundle (A World of Lasniniar Epic Fantasy Series Collection, Book 1.5)
Shadow Stalker – A Tale of Lasniniar, Copyright 2011 Jacquelyn Smith
Legends of Lasniniar: A Deadly Wind, Copyright 2012 Jacquelyn Smith
Legends of Lasniniar: Without Wings, Copyright 2013 Jacquelyn Smith
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Barlo walked the streets of Dwarvenhome, his mind wandering elsewhere. Other dwarves passed him in the corridors carved deep into the heart of the Jagged Mountains with a nod or wave of greeting as he went by. Barlo acknowledged them out of habit.
Sinstari trailed behind him. The dwarves who noticed the wildcat gave Barlo a wide berth. Even though Sinstari had become a fixture of the city, the cat still spooked most of the dwarves, who rarely ventured above ground. Barlo shrugged off their reactions. He was used to them by now.
His thoughts returned to the latest round of clan meetings and he suppressed a yawn. With the Third War of the Quenya over and the Free Peoples of Lasniniar liberated from Saviadro and his minions, a new, more peaceful era had begun. Although some of the Marred Races still wandered the lands in scattered groups, they were hardly a threat. As a result, the topics of the meetings had begun to focus on more tedious, internal concerns. After everything Barlo had gone through to help overthrow Saviadro, the meetings held little interest for him.