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Kammbia is a nation divided. The peoples of its Northern and Southern regions have long since been ostracized from one another, with the Great Forest that divides them standing as a monument to their segregation. Only an ancient prophecy, the last act of one of the greatest men in Kammbia's history, offers any hope that one day the country can be reunited.
Diondray Azur has abandoned his home, his family and everything he knows to discover his destiny. Having left a life of privilege behind him, he must interpret an ancient book, the Book of Kammbi, so that the differences between the people of the two nations can forever be put aside.
As he travels through Northern Kammbia, he learns of several different interpretations of the Book, each of which people follow so rigidly that they are unable to see others' viewpoints.
Can Diondray convince the people of Northern Kammbia to abandon their ancient prejudices to reconcile with their southern brothers?
And can he trust his five traveling companions as tensions among them reveal more about their motives for joining him on his quest?
Diondray's Journey is the second book in Marion Hill's United Kammbia adventure fantasy series.
"In Diondray's Journey, we continue Diondray's journey through three cities. Each city has its own customs and traditions, we get the unique perspective of both Diondray - who is an outsider- and of the people who have grown up with them. It was very interesting.
We meet a lot of characters and I was worried I wouldn't be able to keep up with them. I was about halfway finished with the book when I realized I wasn't having any problems keeping up with them at all. Just like in the first book, Diondray's Discovery, the world building is just beautiful. I also love to read a book and be thinking about it after I've finished. Unity and division were big themes in this one, and I liked how they were dealt with. The division problems one city in particular stood out to me, and I was so glad Diondray was able to help bring the people together again." Kurlann-Goodreads reviewer