Lyrec [NOOK Book]

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Lovelorn Lyrec and wise-cracking Borregad have been companions through world after world, adventure after adventure. They seek Lyrec's lost lady, and vengeance for the obliteration of their homeworld. But the evil Miradomon is always one step ahead, leaving a dark trail of destruction behind him.

Crossing a chain of parallel universes, our heroes must take on new identities in each new world. In his latest incarnation, Lyrec has done quite ...
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Lyrec

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Overview

Lovelorn Lyrec and wise-cracking Borregad have been companions through world after world, adventure after adventure. They seek Lyrec's lost lady, and vengeance for the obliteration of their homeworld. But the evil Miradomon is always one step ahead, leaving a dark trail of destruction behind him.

Crossing a chain of parallel universes, our heroes must take on new identities in each new world. In his latest incarnation, Lyrec has done quite well for himself. He is young, strong, handsome, skilled in the arts of war and song. Poor Borregad blew it. He’s stuck in the body of a cat. And Miradomon?

This time, he’s a god.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015797848
  • Publisher: Gregory Frost
  • Publication date: 6/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

GREGORY FROST is a writer of best-selling fantasy, science fiction, horror, and historical thrillers. He has been a finalist for every major sf, fantasy, and horror fiction award. His latest novel-length work is the YA-crossover duology Shadowbridge and Lord Tophet, which was voted “one of the four best fantasy novels of the year” by the American Library Association; it was also a finalist for the James Tiptree Jr. Award in 2009, receiving starred reviews from Booklist and Publishers Weekly. His previous novel, the historical thriller, Fitcher’s Brides, was a finalist for both the World Fantasy and International Horror Guild Awards for Best Novel. Along with best-selling author Jonathan Maberry, he’s a founding member of the Philadelphia Liars Club.

His latest short fiction can be found in Ellen Datlow’s highly regarded anthology Supernatural Noir (Dark Horse Books), in Happily Ever After, edited by John Klima (Night Shade Books), and the science-fiction vampire anthology, V-Wars, edited by Jonathan Maberry (IDW). He teaches in the fiction writing program at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, PA.
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  • Posted March 9, 2013

    Princess Lewyn and her Father, King Duker, are attacked and she

    Princess Lewyn and her Father, King Duker, are attacked and she is taken captive while her father is murdered. Enter our hero Lyrec. Lyrec is not from this world and is searching for his lost love Elystroya, who has been kidnapped by the evil Miradomon, destroyer of worlds. With the help of another of Miradomon's victims, Borregad, who in this world has taken the form of a large black cat they start on a terrifying quest. Join Lyrec and Borregad as they learn how to travel among the human world trying to locate their enemy who is now trying to wreak havoc in this one. Great way to spend and afternoon in the sun.

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