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Factotum (Paperback)

Author:  D. M. Cornish
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0142419443
ISBN-13: 9780142419441
Sku: 220271311
Publish Date: 12/8/2011
Pages:  704
Age Range:  15 to 19
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Rossamund is now the personal servant--the factotum--of the Branden Rose, the most renowned monster-hunter in all of the Half-Continent. But despite the Rose''s power and influence as a Peer of the Empire, powerful forces move against them both, intent on capturing Rossamund and destroying Europe in the process.
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Rossamund is now the personal servant - the factotum - of the Branden Rose, the most renowned monster-hunter in all of the Half-Continent. But despite the Rose's power and influence as a Peer of the Empire, powerful forces move against them both, intent on capturing Rossamund and destroying Europe in the process. This final volume of The Foundling's Tale is full of the suspense and lush world building that have made D. M. Cornish one of the most avidly watched modern fantasists.

"Riveting . . . The author laces his rococo but fluent narrative with moral and ethical conundrums, twists both terrible and tongue in cheek, startling revelations about humans and monsters alike and sturdy themes of loyalty, courage and selfrealization" - Kirkus Reviews, starred review
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D.M. Cornish's trilogy that began with FOUNDLING has entranced young audiences. Now, with this exciting installment, the story comes to an end. Rossamund Bookchild, who had been one of the Emperor's most trusted employees as a lamplighter, finds himself accused of being a traitor, of being a monster. It seems that across the entire Half-Continent everyone--except a few, such as the feared hunter named Europe--is against him. Others, however, believe that Rossamund is not a monster, but that he holds very special powers.
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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeMinimum Age:   11
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0704
Product attributePublisher:   SPEAK
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