Windmaster's Bane

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Ingalls Publishing Group, 2006 - Fiction - 303 pages
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David Sullivan, a Georgia teenager, enjoys reading Irish myth. When he develops Second Sight, however, the reality of the Faerie world proves as dangerous as it is fantastic. When David'ss brother is stolen and his uncle felled by Faery magic, David enlist
 

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User Review  - DLMorrese - LibraryThing

Reread after sitting on my shelves for 25 years or so. As fantasy goes, this is pretty good, combing Irish, Scottish, and native American mythology in a rural Georgia setting. Read full review

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Contents

I
7
II
11
IV
17
VI
19
VIII
35
X
37
XII
47
XIII
49
XXXI
143
XXXIII
157
XXXV
165
XXXVII
169
XXXIX
183
XLI
187
XLIII
193
XLV
197

XIV
67
XVI
69
XVIII
79
XIX
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XX
87
XXII
101
XXIII
105
XXV
109
XXVII
123
XXIX
127
XLVII
209
XLIX
229
LI
233
LIII
249
LV
257
LVII
277
LIX
287
LXI
297
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About the author (2006)

Tom Deitz is the author of 19 novels. His contemporary fantasies drew heavily on the mythic traditions of both the Native Americans and the ancient Celts. Deitz also recently won the Phoenix Award (2007). He died in 2009 and lived in Young Harris, Georgia.

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