Keys to the Shadowlands: Book 2 of the Indigo Traveler Series

Keys to the Shadowlands Book of the Indigo Traveler Series The Shadowlands lie behind a hidden locked door within the Superior Crow Judge s Chambers Kidnapped souls are imprisoned there These souls will be tormented by all their transgressions and the parts

  • Title: Keys to the Shadowlands: Book 2 of the Indigo Traveler Series
  • Author: Merri Halma
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Keys to the Shadowlands: Book 2 of the Indigo Traveler Series

    The Shadowlands lie behind a hidden locked door within the Superior Crow Judge s Chambers Kidnapped souls are imprisoned there These souls will be tormented by all their transgressions, and the parts of themselves that they denied will be magnified ten times Xander Veh, one of three Indigo Travelers, is called to find his former rival s lost soul To do so, Xander has tThe Shadowlands lie behind a hidden locked door within the Superior Crow Judge s Chambers Kidnapped souls are imprisoned there These souls will be tormented by all their transgressions, and the parts of themselves that they denied will be magnified ten times Xander Veh, one of three Indigo Travelers, is called to find his former rival s lost soul To do so, Xander has to enter in his mortal form He s been warned to do so could drive him crazy, as all the parts of himself that are buried deep within his psyche will surface for him to either face or deny It could drive him insane, never to see his home world, family or friends again.

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    One thought on “Keys to the Shadowlands: Book 2 of the Indigo Traveler Series

    1. C. Kjar

      Quite the fantasyThis story is about indigo children and their adventures in other worlds. The cast is large and colorful. The story is full of symbology and spiritualism. It's well written. I contextually read fantasy books but this was pretty good. I had a hard time keeping track of all the characters and have never understood how a backhoe turned into a boy. But it's part of the mystique of the story.

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