The Lost Spellweaver

Elfdreams of Parallan I

by Benjamin Towe



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 30/09/2009

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 316
ISBN : 9781449025397
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 316
ISBN : 9781449025403

About the Book


The Lost Spellweaver begins the Elfdreams series. Set in ancient Parallan, the tale chronicles events that occurred long before the Draiths came to prominence in the World of the Three Suns. When the wandering gray sun Andreas draws near Parallan, Magick touches the dwellers of the primitive world. Only during the Approximations of Andreas are Spellweavers born to the forest dwellers, the Drelves. Generations of Drelves went about their lives, lived in harmony with the forest, and harvested the tubers of the enhancing plant, which grew only in the exotic Green Vale, the home of the Thirttene friends and one of only two green places in the mostly orange-yellow World of the Three Suns. The Drelves’ enemies, gnarly goblin-like Kiennites and powerful wolf-faced Drolls, assailed the forest folk at every opportunity. After many Approximations resulted in no Spellweavers, twin Spellweavers are born and kindle the Drelves’ hopes. Wisps of Magick connect other worlds to Parallan. Masters of the powerful ability Translocation, Dreamraiders use these threads of Magick to influence events in Parallan. What motivates the Dreamraiders? Can dreams come true? Should dreams come true?

Deathquest to Parallan, the Orb of Chalar, The Death of Magick, The Chalice of Mystery, and The Dawn of Magick…

The Donothor and Parallan series…a different kind of Sci-Fi/fantasy.

About the Author

Benjamin Towe has practiced Family Medicine for 30 years. An avid Dungeons and Dragons player in the 1980’s, the Old Dungeon Master “Doctor T” enjoys reading and writing science fiction and fantasy novels. The Donothor and Parallan series are “Doctor T’s” prescriptions for a different kind of Sci-Fi/fantasy.

Ben Towe grew up in Carroll County, Virginia. He graduated from Mt. Airy (NC) High School in 1968, Davidson College in 1972, and the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1976. He served five years in the US Army Medical Corps. Ben has been married to Libby Dawson since 1973. Libby and Ben have three daughters, Heather, Mandi, and Sheri, and a son-in-law Grant.