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Get the final 3 issues of Castle Waiting Vol. II, which wrap up the story left incomplete in the first edition of the Vol. II hardcover (now completed in a new edition), for the incredible price of $8.00 postpaid!
Linda Medley returns with a handful of issues that wrap up
the second volume of the Castle
In the new issue #16, our heroine Jain gets
an unpleasant surprise as she moves
into her new room, while Sister
Peace has an awkward moment at
the housewarming party; baby Pin
surprises Jain and Chess with his
amazing new ability; and mischief is
brewing with Castle’s supernatural residents!
In issue #17, Linda Medley continues to gather loose ends and drop new hints in this
new issue of the beloved series. Chess has a surprising revelation
about the identity of baby Pinter's father — could it be tied in with
the war? The Hammerlings Dayne & Tolly bid farewell to the castle, but
not before leaving behind a surprise gift which Rackham discovers
later (along with the strange gift Dr. Fell left in an earlier issue).
Sister Peace has a tete-a-tete with the demon Leeds regarding
religious artifacts — did you know demons collect them? Simon
struggles with his reading lessons until Jain helps him have a
breakthrough. And Jain faces off with the castle ghost!
Issue #18 brings Volume 2 to a close. The castle folk prepare for winter as Dr. Fell surprises everyone with a previously hidden talent, and the exasperated poltersprites move to claim the Keep as their own.
Praise for the Series:
"Castle Waiting creates a vibrant fantasy world not unlike The Lord of the Rings' Middle-earth but with a focus on the lives of women.... Fun to read and look at, Castle Waiting will enthrall fantasy readers of both genders." – Time