Nobody's Son

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Harcourt, Apr 3, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 273 pages
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After breaking a curse that has troubled the kingdom for years, Shielder's Mark is rewarded with the hand of a princess only to find married life to be as difficult as any magical foe he's ever faced.

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User Review  - D.harrow - Goodreads

A refreshing, upending of classic fantasy tropes and the hero's journey. Riveting, humourous and quite dark in places there is a lot that Nobody's Son does right. The dialogue stands out and credit ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rodger Nelson - Goodreads

I loved the ending of this book. ^.^ got to love when I guy just says hell with it I am done playing politics and pretty much throws down the gauntlet in front of a guy who he beat... Read full review


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About the author (2000)

Sean Stewart is the author of the innovative I Love Bees and Beast search operas, two short stories, and the novels Perfect Circle, Mockingbird, Galveston, Clouds End, Nobody's Son, Passion Play, and Resurrection Man.

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