‘Sarabande’ Mixes Fantasy, Reality in a Woman’s 1,650 Mile Journey

Author Malcolm R. Campbell's third concemporary fantasy novel, "Sarabande," has been released by Vanilla Heart Publishing. While the novel is a sequel to "The Sun Singer," it can be read as a standalone story.
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Aug. 21, 2011 - PRLog -- Sarabande,” a contemporary fantasy adventure by Malcolm R. Campbell, was released this month by Vanilla Heart Publishing of Everett, Washington. This is Campbell’s third novel set partially in Glacier National Park, Montana.

When her Dryad haunts her from beyond the grave, Sarabande undertakes a journey into the past to raise her cruel sister from the dead and end the torment. But first, she must make her way from the Montana high country to central Illinois to request help from Robert Adams, the powerful Sun Singer.

While both Sarabande and Robert Adams were introduced in Campbell’s 2004 novel “The Sun Singer,” “Sarabande” can be read either as a sequel or a standalone novel.

As a fantasy adventure, “Sarabande” features time portals, an alternate universe, magic, an avatar’s staff, characters who can project away from themselves to see what’s happening nearby, and a flying horse. The novel’s world of magic is enhanced by Campbell’s use of real settings, from Glacier Park’s Swiftcurrent Valley, to the Montana plains, to a city park in Decatur, Illinois.

“Introducing magic into landscapes and towns where my readers live, work and go on vacation is my author’s passion,” Campbell said.

“Sarabande” is available in trade paperback and electronic editions, including Kindle.

About the Author

Malcolm R. Campbell, who lives in Georgia with his wife Lesa, is the author of four novels, non-fiction satire and an e-book about Glacier Park’s Swiftcurrent Valley called “Bears; Where They Fought.” His essays about Glacier National Park have appeared in the “Rosicrucian Digest,” “A View Inside Glacier National Park: 100 Years, 100 Stories,” and “Nature’s Gifts: Anthology of Prose and Poetry Celebrating Nature and Our Natural World.”  You can find him on the web at http://www.malcolmrcampbell.com
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