The Nature Walker Trilogy begins with Wanderer.
In the face of oncoming chaos, a young wood elf named Gin finds herself thrown into the wider world beyond the Great Forest. Many paths lead out of the Forest, but will she find the one that leads her to her destiny? It has been 200 years since the Forest War divided the races, and the Nature Walker – highest of all the druids of the Great Forest – has gone missing without naming a successor. Welcome to Orana, where a menace prowls the Great Forest by night and no one in the Tree City nor the High Citadel is safe. A young wood elf named Gin who has barely begun her studies as a druid finds herself thrown into the wider world beyond the Forest. Can she find a way to tame the wilds of her world, righting old wrongs and bringing centuries’ long enemies together?
The journey begun in Wanderer continues in Tempest.
It’s easy to lose your way when revenge is your compass. The tension is building in the Outlands of Orana. A long forgotten dragon continues his search for the Nature Walker. Gin and Sath go their separate ways, spurred on by the machinations of the wizard, Taeben, and the Fabled Ones splinter further as a result. As Sath begins to build a life far from the royal comforts of the palace of Qatu’anari and Taeben moves even closer to realizing his dream of ruling all of Orana, Gin’s younger sister Lairky decides – against her better judgment – to reunite the druid and the exiled prince. Will the magical forces keeping them apart be more than one wood elf can overcome?
Return to Orana in Guardian, the final chapter in the Nature Walker trilogy.
When the fate of the world is at stake, the Guardians shall rise. The Royal House of Clawsharp has been threatened. The fate of Qatu’anari and indeed, all of Orana, hangs in the balance. Loyalty is stretched thin and alliances are at the breaking point. Ancient foes have broken free of their cursed prisons. The world is in more dire need of the Guardians than ever before. But will the prophecy come true? Will they rise to save the world in its time of desperate need? After all that she has endured to this point, does Gin have the strength and determination to take up the mantle of the Nature Walker, as prophecy says she must, in order to save the world and those she loves? Or will the past prove to be too much to overcome, not only for Gin, but for the rest of the Fabled Ones?