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Children of Swan: The Land of Taron, Vol 1

The Story

It seemed that nothing could be worse than waking up one morning to find their parents have disappeared and their young brother Bo bawling his eyes out, but for Jack and Brianna, the squabbling teenage sibling rivals, the worst was yet to come.

 A train of unpredictable events leads them to an artificial island in space named Skorpias, where a small, silver-haired professor and his alien creatures live. In shock and disbelief, Jack and Brianna learn from the professor that their parents are from the remote land of Taron on planet Cygnore. What’s more, their father Marcus is a prince of Bara and their mother Zelda a princess of Rion, two kingdoms of Taron that are sworn enemies.   

Bo is kidnapped from Skorpias. In hot-headed pursuit, Jack and Brianna plunge into a wormhole that takes them to Taron, little realising that their appearance there would prove their parents guilty of betraying their kingdoms, and condemn them to death.  

Jack and Brianna are caught by locals and brought to an arena. In bewilderment and dismay, Jack finds himself fettered to a wall and examined by a smouldering-eyed and blue-skinned young woman of Bara, Lady Cici.   


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Land of Taron: Cici
Still frowning from the frustration and pain, he was face to face with her. Her large eyes, smouldering red and set deep in her fine blue skin, were examining him intently. For a split second, he seemed to see a sparkle in her eyes. When he searched for it again, in its place, a pair of cold eyes was glaring at him with unmistakable aloofness. 

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