Inheritance

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DAW Books, Incorporated, 2003 - Fiction - 424 pages
3 Reviews
Upon the death of his mother Queen Usharna, Lynan, the guardian of the Key of Union, is forced to leave his home after being betrayed by those around him, and, with the help of a giant named Kunul and the crookback Ager, sets out to find the father he never knew and claim his rightful inheritance. Original.

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Great Book,
I've read several fantasy novels, by a hand full of authors, and by far Simon Brown is my favorite. Though the plot seems simple, and there are more spelling mistakes/typos than most
novels, Simon Brown captures the typical fantasy adventure in this first book. But furthermore, you watch young Lynan grow from a spoiled and ignored prince, to a fugitive on the run, wanted by everyone, looking for safety. A great book that leaves you wanting for more! 

Review: Inheritance (Keys of Power #1)

User Review  - Maryann - Goodreads

I read the book ages ago and unfortunately I've lost my copy. The book is a tale of fantasy and adventure. Of betrayal and friendship. Worth reading but I've forgotten most of the plot. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
103
Section 2
125
Section 3
163
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Simon Brown is highly regarded as both a practitioner of Feng Shui & a best-selling author.

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