Category Archives: Chronicle of Mideer

An Act Of Union

Guided by the spirit-light of the loyal Loyse to the only possible means of escape—an underwater passage giving onto the sea—Mideer has still to claim her inheritance, the throne of Madjaria . . . Read on. It was Hean discovered … Continue reading

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Light In A Lightless Place

Coshed on her head and taken from her bed, Mideer has been stolen from her guarded retreat. But by whose hand and by whose orders? And to where is she taken, with what intent? . . . (penultimate episode) Read … Continue reading

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Stolen

Believing Mideer to be safely ensconced in the land of her ancestors her uncles—maternal and paternal—continue to slug it out to promote their various daughters to the throne. Meanwhile, after witnessing the Glyntlanders’ bloody deletion of Madja troops, Mideer has … Continue reading

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To Help Jump The Coup

Alas, alas! While Mideer was busy arranging a better deal with the Glyntlanders her mother has died, her father been killed, and an imposter put upon Mideer’s own throne. Moreover, her uncle has been sent to Glyntland to ensure she … Continue reading

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A ‘Chronicles’ Supplement

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Railroaded By Glyntlanders

Mideer has set part of her plan: she’s to invite a band of Macarans to Madjaria so her people can see how ridiculous their prejudices. Her people might even want to experience their Holy Land—as now she’s discovered their ancestors … Continue reading

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An Axe To Greet Me

Stripped naked of her prejudices, Hean has declared Mideer fit now to fulfil the prophecy. Yet, though she knows in outline how she’ll work to unite the Three Lands, the practicalities are another matter . . . Read on I … Continue reading

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