The Seven Towers (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Feb 19, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
32 Reviews
They are seven players in a game of deadly magic? Eltiron, Prince of Sevarin; Crystalorn, Princess of Barinash; Ranlyn, the desert rider; Jermain, the outlaw; Vandaris, the soldier; Carachel, the Wizard-King; and Amberglas, the sorceress. Each of them has a secret, and each fights his or her part in the thrilling battle that has put seven kingdoms on the very edge of destruction. Filled with wit, swordplay, humor, and intrigue, this early novel is one of Patricia C. Wrede?s best.


  

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User Review  - Caitlin - Goodreads

Definitely a campy 80's fantasy book, but I can see some bones of the Enchanted Forest Chronicles in it. Read full review

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User Review  - Sandra Strange - Goodreads

This novel is classic fantasy: out of control wizards, a marauding horde threatening multiple nations, a mysterious magic that devours all magic and life in its path. The novel offers lots of jeopardy, attractive characters who are varied and fun. Above all--lots of magical adventure. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
10
CHAPTER 3
25
CHAPTER 4
39
CHAPTER 5
54
CHAPTER 6
69
CHAPTER 7
84
CHAPTER 8
98
CHAPTER 13
173
CHAPTER 14
187
CHAPTER 15
199
CHAPTER 16
215
CHAPTER 17
225
CHAPTER 18
241
CHAPTER 19
257
CHAPTER 20
274

CHAPTER 9
113
CHAPTER 10
129
CHAPTER 11
142
CHAPTER 12
158
CHAPTER 21
285
CHAPTER 22
295
CHAPTER 23
307
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Patricia C. Wrede lives in Edina, Minnesota.

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