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The Sorcerer S Daughter

Author : Larry Kollar
Genre : Fiction
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As Bailar and his apprentices help the Conclave prepare for conflict with the rogue sorcerers, Sura learns that she is a descendant of a noble House in the Alliance. But when she discovers the price of her history, it may be too late.
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The Sorcerer S Daughter

Author : Terry Brooks
ISBN : 9780345540836
Genre : Fiction
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The world of Shannara is brimming with untold stories and unexplored territory. Now bestselling author Terry Brooks breaks new ground with a standalone adventure that’s sure to thrill veteran readers and recent converts alike. The mysterious, magic-wielding Druid order has existed for long ages, battling any evil that threatens the Four Lands—and struggling to be understood and accepted by outsiders. But their hopes of building goodwill are dashed when a demon’s murderous rampage at a peace summit leaves their political opponents dead—casting new suspicions upon the Druids and forcing them to flee from enemies both mortal and monstrous. Paxon Leah, the order’s appointed protector, knows that blame lies with Arcannen Rai, the vile sorcerer he has battled and defeated before. But there’s no time to hunt his nemesis, if he is to lead the wrongfully accused Druids to their sanctuary. It is a quest fraught with danger, as a furious government agent and his army snap at their heels, and lethal predators stalk them in the depths of the untamed wilderness. But Arcannen is playing a deeper game than Paxon realizes. Paxon’s sister possesses a powerful magic that the sorcerer longs to control—but Arcannen has not reckoned with the determination of his own estranged daughter, Leofur, who is also Paxon’s devoted lifemate. Leofur sets out on a perilous quest to thwart her father’s desires—while the vengeful Arcannen conjures his blackest magical skills, determined to destroy them all . . . and claim the most powerful of magics for his own.
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The Sorcerer S Daughter

Author : Fay Sampson
ISBN : 0745960723
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Sarba, a daughter of Lord Cozuman, the High Sorcerer of the Yadu, hates and fears the Xerappan people whose land the Yadu have taken, but after meeting Yaduians who are sympathetic to the Xerappans, she begins to question her allegiances.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Billy The Pirate

Author : J. Stone
ISBN : 1489559779
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Billy the Pirate is the captain of a flying ship. To find treasure, he ventures in caves and enchanted tombs, he battles enemy pirates in the sky, and oh yes, he has one leg. But that doesn't stop him. In a land with magical creatures, evil sorcerers and magical temples, Billy hunts for more than gold and jewels, he searches for items left behind by old sorcerers, magical items. But when he meets Leona, the daughter of a sorcerer, he learns he is in for more than he bargained for, and she learns that there is more to Billy than meets the eye.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Artesia Ii

Author : Frank Steddenbenz
ISBN : 1477688676
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With improving conditions in the kingdom, the new Kings still find themselves estranged from the powerful Sorcerer Myrddin. While perhaps no one could have stopped the abduction and possible murder of his only daughter, the lack of any attempt on the part of Artesia has caused a chasm between the founder and descendents of the once great kingdom. Though only three of the four Shieldlets remain in the possession of the new Kings-a gift provided at great personal cost by Myrddin to protect their land-the only chance for a rescue means using that same power outside the borders, leaving the land even further exposed. Even still, a traitor remains in their midst, guilty of murdering a prior king and no doubt still working to subvert the new dual monarchy, but the Sorcerer's daughter may be able to reveal the horrible truth. In the midst of cultural and political upheaval, two young men must also face personal challenges: old family wounds resurface for an often belittled and ignored former prince as he refuses to accept similar relationships in his new kingdom, just as a pauper must take a giant leap and establish his footing as a co-ruler. For the sake of honor and as partial repayment for years of benevolent care, the kingdom must risk everything for the sake of a few; the young Kings must unite the many races of their new kingdom and blend the various strengths of all to achieve a nearly impossible goal: rescue the Sorcerer's daughter.

The Destiny Of A King

Author : Georges Dumézil
ISBN : 0226169766
Genre : Religion
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The preeminent scholar of comparative studies of Indo-European society, Georges Dumézil theorized that ancient and prehistoric Indo-European culture and literature revolved around three major functions: sovereignty, force, and fertility. This work treats these functions as they are articulated through "first king" legends found in Indian, Iranian, and Celtic epics, particularly the Mahabharata. Dumézil, drawing on an extraordinarily broad range of Indo-European sources from Scandinavia to India and offering an original and provocative analytic method, set a new agenda for studies in comparative oral literature, historical linguistics, comparative mythology, and history of religions. The Destiny of a King examines one of the "little" epics within the Mahabharata—the legend of King Yayati, a distant ancestor of the Pandavas, the heroes of the larger epic. Dumézil compares Yayati's attributes and actions with those of the legendary Celtic king Eochaid Feidlech and also finds striking similarities in the stories surrounding the daughters of these two kings, the Indian Madhavi and the Celtic Medb. When he compares these two traditions with the "first king" legends from Iran, he finds such common themes as the apportionment of the earth and the "sin of the sovereign."
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The Daughter Of Odren

Author : Ursula K. Le Guin
ISBN : 9780544358386
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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For fourteen years, Weed, as she is called, the daughter of Lord Garnet, has brought offerings to the standing stone. Alone in a shallow valley, she implores the stone not to forget her. To remember who he is and the life he led. To wait until the day he will be avenged. Now the day has finally arrived. After fourteen long years of waiting, he will have his revenge and she will have her father back. Or will she? Master storyteller Ursula LeGuin takes readers back to Earthsea with this hauntingly beautiful tale of betrayal and revenge.
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Once Upon A Dream

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 1101191120
Genre : Fiction
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents four romantic stories of impossible dreams come true... In Nora Roberts’s “In Dreams,” a beautiful young woman is drawn to a castle in the forests of Ireland and becomes the link to a stranger’s past—and the curse that has trapped him forever in the eternity of his own dreams. In Jill Gregory’s “The Sorcerer’s Daughter,” the fate of a captive wizard depends on his lovely daughter—and the intentions of a spellcast adventurer who dreams of a priceless treasure, and a love that could be the greatest reward of all. In Ruth Ryan Langan’s “The Enchantment,” two strangers seek refuge in an abandoned estate on a storm-swept night—only to discover that their most elusive dreams of romance are as enchanted, and as real, as true love itself. In Marianne Willman’s “The Bridge of Sighs,” an American art appraiser becomes haunted by dreams of a lonely young girl while visiting Venice—a vision that illuminates a tragic past, and a future of endless love.
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