As a young girl, Sibyl lived in a magic land conjured by a lonely child's imagination, filled with noble princes, fierce desert chieftains, evil sorceresses, beautiful mythic creatures. A world of wonder and magic. She called the lands of her world by exotic names, and she fancied it lay just beyond the windowsill of a crumbling New England mansion. Then Sibyl grew up, and her childhood fantasy became just a dim memory as remote as a dream half-remembered. Until the Players of Ornat gathered in the moonlit forest of Tredana and called her home again...
Not a bad book. Worth reading, just not at the top of my list.
The continuation of the Tredana trilogy. Sibby returns to the land of Tredana she first encountered in The Broken Citadel as a child. Now a college student she interacts with her old friends, Leron, Ajibawr, and others, as an adult. The kingdom of Tredana is endangered and all must come together to protect Tredana.
Second in The Tredana Trilogy. Sybil returns to Tredana now as a grown woman to discover that her friends have suffered exile and death. The Players believe it is up to her to save Tredana.