Medalon

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Medalon
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Medalon first edition cover.
Author Jennifer Fallon
Country Australia
Language English
Series The Demon Child
Genre Fantasy novel
Publisher HarperCollins
Publication date
26 July 2000 [1]
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 616 pp (first edition)
ISBN 0-7322-6477-4
Followed by Treason Keep

Medalon is a fantasy novel written by Australian author Jennifer Fallon. It is the first in a trilogy titled The Demon Child; the other two are Treason Keep and Harshini.

Summary[edit]

Medalon Country is surrounded by Karien, threatening from the north with Fardohnya and Hythria in the south. For hundreds of years the Medalonians co-existed peacefully with the Harshini, a mythical race that is now long gone and the Sisters of the Blade now rule from the Citadel. The Harshini and their demons are thought to be extinct and Medalon has an uneasy peace with the other countries.

R'shiel Tenragan and her half-brother Tarja, children of the current First Sister, find themselves caught up in the political schemes of the Sisters. When their mother's plotting becomes too much the siblings flee and find a world in turmoil. Meanwhile, Brak, a Harshini outcast, is called to find the demon child, the half-human child of the dead Harshini King, Lorandranek.

Characters[edit]

  • -R'shiel Tenragan
  • -Tarja Tenragan
  • -Joyhina Tenagran
  • -Palin Jenga
  • -Mahina Cortanen
  • -Nheal Alcarnen
  • -Garet Warner
  • -Draco
  • -Wain Loclon
  • -Lord Pieter
  • -Elfron
  • -Dacendaran
  • -Mandah
  • -Ghari
  • -Damin Wolfblade
  • -Adrina
  • -Hablet
  • -Cratyn
  • -Xaphista
  • -Brakendaran

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Release date". HarperCollins Australia. Retrieved 2008-03-16. 

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