The Diviner

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Penguin, Aug 2, 2011 - Fiction - 448 pages
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Bestselling author Melanie Rawn's triumphant return to high fantasy.

The only survivor of royal treachery that eliminates his entire family, Azzad al-Ma'aliq flees to the desert and dedicates himself to vengeance. With the help of the Shagara, a nomadic tribe of powerful magicians, he will finally be able to take his revenge - but at what cost?

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About the author (2011)

Melanie Rawn was born in California, and graduated from Scripps College with a BA in history. She has worked as a teacher and as an editor, before she wrote her bestselling “Dragon Prince” trilogy. Those books were followed by a second trilogy, “The Dragon Star”, which has also sold hundreds of thousands of copies. Melanie took a break from writing from 1995 to 2005, due to family obligations. After the death of her mother she began to write again, and Spellbinder is the result.

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