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The Wicked Day [NOOK Book]

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The third and final volume of the epic fantasy saga that began with The Hawk and His Boy, and continued with The Shadow at the Gate, The Wicked Day tells the conclusion of the story of Jute. Tracking the kidnappers of Giverny Farrow, Jute and his friends discover the Dark is on the march. Tormay teeters on the brink of war, and the duchies look to Jute as their last and best hope. But there is an ancient evil waking that even all the power of the wind cannot hope to defeat. ...
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The Wicked Day

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Overview

The third and final volume of the epic fantasy saga that began with The Hawk and His Boy, and continued with The Shadow at the Gate, The Wicked Day tells the conclusion of the story of Jute. Tracking the kidnappers of Giverny Farrow, Jute and his friends discover the Dark is on the march. Tormay teeters on the brink of war, and the duchies look to Jute as their last and best hope. But there is an ancient evil waking that even all the power of the wind cannot hope to defeat.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013042704
  • Publisher: Christopher Bunn
  • Publication date: 8/23/2011
  • Series: The Tormay Trilogy , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 321,060
  • File size: 541 KB

Meet the Author

Christopher Bunn lives in California, where he works on a farm. He has worked on six of the seven continents, excluding Antarctica. Writing, for him, is not work.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2013

    !!!!!!

    New author for me. Enjoyed this trilogy.great storyteller who weaves together the threads that carry on from book to book. Light againts dark,MAGIC !!!!!!

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  • Posted September 21, 2011

    good

    4 Stars
    Now that I have read all 3 books of this series I have enjoyed it. It was a little long,and slow in parts. In others I wanted more. You have to read all 3 books to have the story finshed.
    It's a tail about good versus evil. Light against Darkness. Magic warriors, heroes.
    Their is servants of Darkness that is creeping into the land. It only destroys never creates. Their are 4 guardians to stand against darkness. Earth,fire,water and wind. The main character is Jute who becomes the wind but the power needs time for him to learn it and grow with it.
    Levoreth is the earth guardian and animals are her friends.
    Liss is water and she has compelled Knife to protect Jute and she will help through a pearl she gave the Knife.
    Don't learn about fire till later on.
    Severan is a scholar who helps Jute and protects him.
    Their is a ghost who gets scared that Jute meets and follows him everywhere.
    Their is a hawk that is teaching Jute he can also talk to anyone.
    Their are lots of battles with one or two creature of darkness and then a major battle.
    I am glad to have had the chance to read these books. I was given them in exchange for honest review.

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    Posted October 22, 2011

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