The Summer Tree

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 1985 - 323 pages
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I went through this book incredibly fast, and it was much as someone else laid it out for me to find it. It was rough and I could have used a little less of the word 'lugubrious,' but that aside it ... Read full review

Review: The Summer Tree (The Fionavar Tapestry #1)

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The Summer Tree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nursed (grudgingly) back to health by Jaelle, High Priestess of Dana, Paul recovers and is named Pwyll Twiceborn, Lord of the Summer Tree. ...
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The Summer Tree by Guy Gavriel Kay employs one of the standard fantasy templates–ordinary people drawn into an extraordinary world–making the book ...
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fantafiction - The Summer Tree
In 'The Summer Tree' five young professionals and students are dramatically precipitated out of their lives in this world into the realm of Fionavar, ...
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Susan Hated Literature » Blog Archive » The Summer Tree
When I first read The Summer Tree I wasn’t all that impressed, thought it was quite standard fantasy, and, when compared to other books by GGK, disapointing ...
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Bright Weavings: The Worlds of Guy Gavriel Kay - Reading Passage ...
One opened one's eyes instead on the Summer Tree, in the deep of Mörnirwood, and one saw a man come forward from among the trees. ...
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That's because The Summer Tree is in fact the first book in a trilogy called The Fionavar Tapestry, and my copy has all three parts of the trilogy bound ...
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Entertaining the Alien: 10. <i>The Summer Tree</i>, Guy Gavriel ...
The Summer Tree, Guy Gavriel Kay* 11. The Wandering Fire, Guy Gavriel Kay* 12. The Darkest Road, Guy Gavriel Kay*. Brand introduced me to these books last ...
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To put this in perspective, all the work that is currently featured on the site dates from 1984 with the cover of “The Summer Tree” by Guy Gavriel Kay. ...
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Guy Gavriel Kay, The Fionavar Tapestry
It all begins in The Summer Tree when five college students, Dave, Paul, Kevin, Jennifer and Kim accept an invitation from Lorenzo Marcus' dwarfish ...
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About the author (1985)

Guy Gavriel Kay was born on November 7, 1954 in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. He became interested in fantasy fiction while working as an assistant to Christopher Tolkien. He assisted him with the editing of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion. After receiving a law degree from the University of Toronto, he became principal writer and associate producer for the CBC radio series, The Scales of Justice. He also wrote several episodes when the series moved to television. He has written social and political commentary for several publications including the National Post, The Globe and Mail, and The Guardian. His first fantasy novels were The Summer Tree, The Wandering Fire, and The Darkest Road, which make up the Fionavar Tapestry Trilogy. His other works include A Song for Arbonne, The Lions of Al-Rassan, Beyond This Dark House, The Last Light of the Sun, and Under Heaven. He has received numerous awards including and the Aurora Award for Tigana and The Wandering Fire, the 2008 World Fantasy Award for Best Novel for Ysabel, and the International Goliardos Award for his work in the fantasy field.

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