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Shadowheart Williams, Tad/ Hill, Dick (NRT) 1 of 1
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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 1441891226
ISBN-13: 9781441891228
Sku: 216804335
Publish Date: 11/30/2010
Pages:  9
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Southmarch Castle is about to be caught between two implacable enemies, the anchient, immortal Qar and the insane god-king, the Autarch of Xis. Meanwhile, its two young defenders, Princess Briony and Prince Barrick, are both trapped far away from home and fighting for their lives. And now, something is awakening underneath Southmarch Castle, something powerful and terrible that the world has not seen for thousands of years. Can Barrick and Briony, along with a tiny handful of allies, ordinary and extraordinary, find a way to save their world and prevent the rise of a terrible new age a " an age of unending darkness?
From the Publisher:
As the forces of Southmarch Castle defend themselves from the immortal Qar and an insane God-king, Prince Barrick and Princess Briony fight for the their lives far from home, all the while a terrible evil brews beneath the stone foundations of Southmarch Castle, in the final installment in the Shadowmarch series. Simultaneous. Book available.
Author Bio
Tad Williams
Though he grew up near Stanford University, Tad Williams was never very interested in attending college. After high school, he moved out of his parent's home and began a series of odd jobs to support himself. He worked at everything from making tacos to loan collection and managing an art store to designing military manuals. His 10-year stint hosting a syndicated radio show led to work in theater and television, which in turn got him into writing. In 1985, his first novel, TAILCHASER'S SONG, was published. This was followed by the Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn series, which many of his fans consider to be his best work. 1996 saw the beginning of a new series. The Otherland series moved away from fantasy, and was favorably reviewed outside the genre community, a clear indication that Williams's work was finding mainstream acceptance. In 1998, he entered the world of comic books with MIRROR WORLD, another field he seems destined to conquer. On numerous occasions, he has expressed his interest in fan feedback, and, to this end, he regularly joins into on-line conversations, travels on extensive promotional tours, and even solicits suggestions for improving the books from his devoted fan base.
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