Faery Lands Forlorn (A Man of His Word Series #2)

Faery Lands Forlorn (A Man of His Word Series #2)

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by Dave Duncan
     
 

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Inos, the late king's daughter, had been kidnapped through the magic casement even as the Impish legions overrunning her tiny kingdom were storming the castle tower. Now she was a prisoner in a desert land ruled by a dockside whore with a talent for magic and a passion for politics.

She little dreamed that the loyal stableboy Rap had jumped through the casement

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Inos, the late king's daughter, had been kidnapped through the magic casement even as the Impish legions overrunning her tiny kingdom were storming the castle tower. Now she was a prisoner in a desert land ruled by a dockside whore with a talent for magic and a passion for politics.

She little dreamed that the loyal stableboy Rap had jumped through the casement after her. But no one really knew how the magic worked, and Rap found himself not in a desert, but in the steaming jungles of Faerie — half a world away from Inos!

Rap was determined to rescue his beloved queen, and nothing could stop him — not even the monsters and headhunters of Faerie, or the paranoid machinations of an evil sorcerer...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345366290
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/13/1991
Series:
A Man of His Word Series, #2
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
4.22(w) x 6.88(h) x 0.98(d)

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ryannah05 More than 1 year ago
This is one of my all time favorite series of books. Even when I've read it recently, I still can't put down the book once I get started again. This particular printing is not the best -- there are many typographical errors -- but the story is still wonderful.