Queen of Sorcery

Queen of Sorcery

Book - 1982
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A farm boy becomes involved in the struggle to recover the powerful Orb of Aldur and prevent the evil God Torak from taking control of the world.
Publisher: New York : Del Ray, c1982
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780345335654
0345335651
Characteristics: 326 p. : map ; 18 cm

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blue_wolf_1165
May 15, 2016

Really good! david eddings is amazing. My fav character id Ce'nedra

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LazyNeko
Jan 02, 2012

The journey continues at a brisk pace and the young hero begins to understand his power. The series is wonderful when it comes to character introductions and new lands. The adventure completely absorbs you.

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eascu
Oct 27, 2011

This is the first book I've read of this series. It was great fun. Charming, well developed characters; adult in the sense that the book is not childish.

Sunnchilde May 20, 2011

Although the forests of Arendia aren't exactly a safe place to be, the ruins of Vo Wacune are so idyllic it will make you want to start building a house there. Read even the first chapter of this book and you will be hopelessly hooked on this series.

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LazyNeko
Jan 02, 2012

"...You know what your problem is? You don't want to grow up. You want to keep on being a boy forever. You can't, though; nobody can. No matter how much power you have-- whether you're an emperor or a sorcerer-- you can't stop the years from going by..."

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