Harpist in the wind

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Atheneum, 1979 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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In the midst of conflict and unrest the Prince of Hed solves the puzzle of his future when he learns to harp the wind, discovers who the shape changers are, and understands his own relationship to Deth, harpist of the wizard Ohm.

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I started off rather enjoying the travails of the protagonist, who has been endowed with super-powers and must save the continent, while at the same time keeping his relationship with his girlfriend ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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PATRICIA McKILLIP is the World Fantasy Award-winning author PATRICIA McKILLIP is the World Fantasy Award-winning author of a number of highly acclaimed novels, including the Riddleof a number of highly acclaimed novels, including the Riddlemaster Trilogy. master Trilogy.

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