The hand of Oberon

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Doubleday, Jun 1, 1976 - Fiction - 181 pages
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Corwin, one of the princes of the mystical kingdom of Amber, discovers a flaw in the Pattern which gives Amber its substance and sets out to learn who among his rival siblings is trying to destroy the Pattern and Amber along with it.

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Review: The Hand of Oberon (The Chronicles of Amber #4)

User Review  - zjakkelien - Goodreads

Again, a good continuation of the Amber books. It seems a bit silly to write a review for each one, when in fact the five books are written more as chapters of one book. The cliffhangers at the end ... Read full review

Review: The Hand of Oberon (The Chronicles of Amber #4)

User Review  - Pamela Deters - Goodreads

The story picks up speed in this 4th book of the series. We are finally learning who the bad guys are. Corwin learns what he needs to do to save the day and prevent the destruction of the pattern ... Read full review


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About the author (1976)

Roger Zelazny (1937-1995) studied Elizabethan and Jacobean drama at Columbia University before bursting on to the science fiction scene while still in his mid-twenties. Among his many books are Four for Tomorrow, The Dream Master, A Rose for Ecclesiastes and the many titles in the Chronicle of Amber.

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