TABLET OF DESTINIES


TABLET OF DESTINIES (Book 2 of The Celestial Triad)

a Novel by Traci Harding

HarperCollins (Pymble, NSW), April 2001
Paperback (672pp) $17.50
isbn 0-7322-6683-1

The second book in The Celestial Triad takes Tory and Maelgwyn into the realms of the Devachan, the Fourth Dimension. They and their clan have had many peaceful years on the planet of Kila until Tory's new twin babies, only a few days after their birth, are switched with changelings ... the babies now exhibit all the characteristics of fairy folk and, as with all deva infants, are neither male nor female. Tory seeks the counsel of the Tablet of Destinies and is told that the changelings are the first of the Devachan to venture into human existence, and that her twins are the first humans to choose to experience the world of the Devachan ... and all the babies are psychically linked. To reclaim their children, Tory and Maelgwyn must journey into the fourth dimension.

Tory, Maelgwyn and their clan have had many peaceful years on the planet of Kila. But then Tory’s twin babies, only a few days old, are switched with changelings. The babies now exhibit all the traits of fairy folk and, as with all Deva infants, they are neither male nor female. Tory seeks the counsel of the Tablet of Destinies. She is told that the changelings are the first of the Devachan to venture into human existence, and that her twins are the first humans to choose to experience the world of the Devachan. Furthermore, all the babies are psychically linked. In order to reclaim their children, Tory and Maelgwyn must journey into the Fourth Dimension. At the same time, other human clans are on the brink of war. Tory and Maelgwyn must divide their energies. The changelings prove to be of inestimable value in aiding their foster parents in uniting the human clans of the galaxy and in guiding Tory into the Fourth Dimension. Book Two of The Celestial Triad.

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