The Nandia Trilogy
There was a time in humankind’s future when the species populated planets within many galaxies. Some societies had evolved to the point where a few individuals were capable of telepathy, teleportation and effective healing. On these planets, the nurturing of individual talents and abilities was given the highest priority. These were societies where effective healing was commonplace — where the human lifespan usually exceeded three centuries.
And yet, most planets had not evolved in this manner. In these societies warfare was the religion. Much of their propaganda was devoted to idealizing war. Addiction rates were at epidemic level — mental, emotional and physical epidemics a way of life. Environmental degradation was the norm, species extinction rates were high. Education had devolved into preaching superstition and greed. Economies were based on competition, not cooperation. The divide between the haves and the have nots was extreme. Most of the civilizations on these planets self-destructed.
It was the purpose of the Galactic Grand Council to locate and train competent individuals to serve as delegates to these troubled planets. Their mission? To intervene during the vulnerable years when a society was most likely to self-destruct. The Council had neither military might, nor could impose economic sanctions. What it did have was a small cadre of dedicated delegates. Some of these unusual people died during their missions. A few of them were able to inspire civilizations to trust in the power of the individual and embrace life-sustaining lifestyles.
The Nandia Trilogy recounts the intriguing adventures of an extraordinary team of these Council delegates…
Set in the distant future, “Nandia’s Copper” is the tale of several Galactic Council delegates who have been sent to remedy a deadly epidemic that gnaws at the heart of the city of Geasa. To overcome this crisis, these delegates employ alternative healing, dreamtime journeys and telepathy amidst a backdrop of social unrest and religious persecution.
Once again, Nandia and Bernard find themselves in a mission beset with uncertainty and danger. King Sabre of planet Aesir is haunted by the ghost of his father and becomes unhinged. Merchant starships are being plucked out of the sky by privateers. Is this the beginning of a coup d’état? With the help of an immortal chambermaid and a teleporting cat, Berns and Nandia must unravel this mess before King Sabre, and the planet Aesir itself, self-destruct.
In this, the final saga of The Nandia Trilogy, Nandia has become a hunted villainess on the planet Praesepe. Erylian beseigers are kidnapping young Praesepians and shielding telepathic messages. Can Bearns, Elli and Dunstan arrive in time to thwart the end to Nandia’s home planet.
Ned Wolf guests on "Adventures in Dowsing" podcast,
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Delightful and Profound.
I enjoyed these books so much, on the surface it’s a delightful story with engaging characters and an interesting plot. This is a bit deceptive however, as the real joy of the books is the wisdom and truth that find their way into every encounter. –avidreader (Amazon review/verified purchase)
Fun and adventure filled story!
Adventure and mystery abound in this 1st book of the Nandia’s Trilogy. Lovable characters and a story that makes you not want to put the book down until you find out how they made it through the twists and turns they are faced with along their path. Especially enjoyed the abilities the characters have mastered to communicate with each other and travel to bring about healing to others. Also, how the author portrays each of them makes you want to go along on the adventure and learn these special ways of healing. Can’t wait for the next book to come out! –Suzanne (Amazon review)
Nandia’s Copper is a delightful read. It is a magical and insightful story. It has and interesting, engaging story line and well developed characters. I very much enjoyed it and felt many of its concepts would be useful in our world today. –TaLee (Amazon review/verified purchase)
Another joy from Ned Wolf.
A delightful ending to Nandia’s trilogy. Favorite characters from the previous two books join new friends for a charming story with wisdom and insight as constant companions. –avidreader (Amazon review/verified purchase)