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- DescriptionRaethwin. The Red Witch. Perhaps the greatest sorceress of her era. She sought to save her world. Instead she doomed it. The Firelord's Crown, source of her untold power. It brought about the impending disaster but Tamilin, Master Healer and Seer, believes it might also prove their salvation. There's just one problem. Raethwin's six companions fled when their homeland was destroyed and divided the Crown between them. Five made it to safety - the sixth vanished.Tamilin believes that it may lie far in the uncharted rth and dispatches an expedition in search of it. Airen, lone survivor of the venture, reaches the land called Dinith, where he hopes to find the lost piece. Dinith, however, is a land in turmoil. Magic is forbidden, the glories of the past forgotten. Airen and his quest are t welcome but could Falath, the king's heir, be the ally that he desperately craves? Perhaps, but Falath, descendant of the Lost Ship, has his own secrets... The Firelord's Crown. An epic tale of magic and adventure. Harper Collins Authomy gold medal winner. The heart of this fast-paced, enthralling fantasy story is the search for a missing piece of a legendary crown but it also explores the complex relationships between Prince Falath; Rollo, his kinsman and protector, and Airen, the outsider, bringer of mystery and magic. They each journey t only to find the segment of crown but also to discover how best to be true to their own natures.
- Author BiographyDee Harrison was brought up in Nottingham, England, on the tales of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest. From that came an abiding love for all things Medieval so she went on to read History at Nottingham University. The myths and legends of the period fascinated her and she decided to create her own. Thus was the Firelord's Legacy born. Dee's latest series, Mirrorsmith, a taste of which can be found in Fusion, is quite different, however. She is not a fan of spiders so she made them the villains. Dee has also had articles and essays on Medieval History published in journals.
- Author(s)Dee Harrison,Mrs Dee Harrison
- Date of Publication10/10/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectScience Fiction & Fantasy
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight476 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine19 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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