The Knight, the Harp, and the Maiden

The Knight, the Harp, and the Maiden

Author: Anne Kelleher Bush

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780759526679

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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The foremost city-state of Sylyria is in the cold grasp of Lindos, a cruel wizard who has mastered the magic to turn 10,000 years of peace into a reign of horror. Rejected in his marriage proposal to the beautiful noblewoman Juilene, the evil Lindos plagues her with a hateful curse: anyone who helps her will be destroyed. A forlorn exile with nothing more than her harp, the young songsayer flees her home to protect her family. But, in the distant city of Khardroon, she meets a mysterious knight prophesied to be the true savior of Sylyria -- and the confrontation with Lindos is now inevitable.
The Knight, the Harp, and the Maiden
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Anne Kelleher Bush
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-09-26 - Publisher: Hachette UK

The foremost city-state of Sylyria is in the cold grasp of Lindos, a cruel wizard who has mastered the magic to turn 10,000 years of peace into a reign of horror. Rejected in his marriage proposal to the beautiful noblewoman Juilene, the evil Lindos plagues her with a hateful curse:
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