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Stormwarden

Auskiere, wizard of wind and water, bound the Mharg-demons with the aid of Ivan, master of fire and earth. But at the moment of his greatest peril Ivan is betrayed and he swears a terrible oath against his betrayer - an oath so powerful that it begins a relentless "cycle of fire".

Allegiance of Man

Allegiance of Man. A lucky subterfuge has fooled the Golden Dragon into leaving Opal Island; and she has trailed the Pisceran Porpoise out to sea believing that the newly-repaired Chalice of Ond, the only hope of resurrection for her precious golden son is hidden beneath her decks. On board, amidst the dragon-attacks, Lord Casper worries for his own son, Rollo, abandoned on the hob-infested rock. But Rollo has the real chalice in his possession and although the responsibility weighs heavily, he...

Mythago Wood

Deep within the wildwood lies a place of myth and mystery, from which few return, and none remain unchanged. Ryhope Wood may look like a three-mile-square fenced-in wood in rural Herefordshire on the outside, but inside, it is a primeval, intricate labyrinth of trees, impossibly huge, unforgettable . . . and stronger than time itself. Stephen Huxley has already lost his father to the mysteries of Ryhope Wood. On his return from the Second World War, he finds his brother, Christopher, is also in...

Tales from the Old World

Ten tales that sweep ancient Europe, from Iceland to England and from Greece to Denmark, giving a taste of the myth and folk-tale of them all. This book is bursting with fantastic retellings of old favourites such as 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin' and 'Arthur the King'. It is alive with grippingly told, unfamiliar stories such as 'Godfather Death' and 'The Lady of Stavoren'. There's a tale in here to thrill, delight or chill every reader

Swords against Death

Swords Against Death, the second story in the Lankhmar series, finds Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser beginning their real journey. Their hearts altered by the loss of first true love, they embark on a long and winding path of drunken debauchery and womanizing until crossing paths with two cross wizards, Sheelba of the Eyeless Face and Nigauble of the Seven Eyes. A most violent of clashes ensues.

The Thief's Gamble

A thief and gambler who plies her trade in the back streets of the kingdom, Livak succumbs to the irresistible impulse to join an expedition to Hadrumal, fabled city of the Archmage, unaware that the stolen tankard she is carrying contains the secrets of a powerful ancient magic.

Even the Stones

Marwen is the only child of the king. When she inherits his kingdom, the powerful men of the aristocracy look upon her as nothing but a girl - a figurehead to be manipulated and married off. The prince of a neighboring territory looks upon her as a prize of war - and an easy way to seize the neighboring crown. Although she is cunning and ruthless, Marwen does not stand along against her enemies. She has allies among the people who still cherish the memory of the ancient hill queens. Above all...

Nine Gods of Safaddne

After many perilous adventures, Simon Braithwaite and his companions have reached the wild and lonely land of the Nine Gods, to find themselves at the mercy of its fierce and xenophobic people.

Mermaid's Song

Now, helpless against a growing desire for her mysterious husband, Flora finds herself drawn into a realm where secrets pas and present cast a shadow over her heart. What unspeakable tragedy haunts Chateau Morgaine? For only when she releases the dark secrets locked within its rocky walls will she be free to love at last...

Children of the Flame

Plague is creeping up on the medieval town of Aurillac. Two witches call upon the powers of Hecate, Queen of the Night, in an attempt to avert disaster; but she calls for the blood sacrifice of two children. Saved by a miracle, the children are nevertheless cursed by the witch-queen for eternity.