A QUEST THAT KNOWS NO BOUNDS...
"What is this Falcon of Eden, lord ambassador?" she asked inquisitively.
"An ancient legend, going back far, far before the writings and memories of my people. A fable, some say, yet others swear in its existence."
The Falcon of Eden is a revered relic of the Russak nation, a bejeweled golden statue that has been lost for centuries.
Stacy, the Lady of the Haven and Princess of the Empire, needs the Russaks as allies. To gain their cooperation, she is forced into a quest for their legendary bird.
But Stacy and her small band of intrepid balloonists do not realize how far their sky journey will lead: to a strange fantasy civilization at the top of the world...
Across icy mountains and frozen caverns they travel - Stacy in search of treasure, and her only chance to gain true power in alliance.
The Falcon of Eden is the third instalment of Graham Diamond's superb Empire Princess series. A thrilling adventure awaits Stacy as she endeavours to complete this fearsome and limitless task in search of a legendary golden statue.
Praise for Graham Diamond's The Haven:
'The Haven is a superb creation and I have been recommending it to all. The Haven stories are a wonderful experience' - Andre Norton
'Graham Diamond has written a novel that stands out and dares to be different.' Rising Shadow
Graham Diamond began writing as a fantasy and science fiction author. He was born in Manchester, England, but was raised in New York City. He is best known for books such as The Haven, Lady of the Haven, The Thief of Kalimar, Slack Midnight, Chocolate Lenin and Forest Wars. He soon turned to other genres; including historical fiction, thrillers, and later a true story of a Holocaust survivor's family during World War II, Maybe You Will Survive. Diamond was employed as an editorial artist by the New York Times for many years, and has also taught creative writing in both New York and California.
Used availability for Graham Diamond's The Falcon of Eden
1980 : USA Paperback
November 2015 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition