Minda Sealy is afraid of her own nightmares. Then, one night, while asleep, she meets Jan, the Lord of the Moors, who has been imprisoned by Ildran the Dream-master-the same being who traps Minda. In exchange for her promise to free him, Jan gives Minda three tokens. She sets out, leaving the safety of her old life to begin a journey from world to world, both to save Jan and to solve "the riddle of the Wren"-which is the riddle of her very self. The Riddle of the Wren was Charles de Lint's first novel, and has been unavailable for years. Fans and newcomers alike will relish it.
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||4.28(w) x 7.02(h) x 0.78(d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 16 Years|
About the Author
Charles de Lint is a Canadian fantasy author who along with Terri Windling and a few other authors popularized the urban fantasy genre in the 1980s. De Lint is most well-known for his Newford series that takes place in the fictional city of the same name. He is very active in the science fiction and fantasy writing communities and has served as judge on several award panels including the Nebula and World Fantasy Awards.