The Shape-Changer's Wife

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Thorndike Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Aubrey was a student, gifted in the fine art of wizardry. But the more knowledge he acquired, the more he wanted to learn. So he traveled to a faraway land in search of the greatest master of all, the powerful shape-changer Glyrenden. From him, Aubrey expected to discover the secret of long-lost spells and the mysteries of arcane magic. But there was one discovery he never expected, one mystery he risked everything to solve ... Her name was Lilith.

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User Review  - crystalcarroll - LibraryThing

A young wizard, Aubrey, is apprenticed to a master shape changer, but gradually comes to see shape of things for himself. The mystery here is a bit more serpentine that in the Treasure, but this is ... Read full review

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Aubrey was a wizard in training and wished to learn the skills of shape shifting, so his mentor, Cyril, sends him to train with the wizard Glyrenden who specializes in shape shifting. He becomes ... Read full review

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Sharon Shinn was born in 1957. She is a novelist who writes combining fantasy, science fiction and romance. She attended and graduated from Northwestern University. She has published more than a dozen novels for adult and young adult readers. She works as a journalist in St. Louis Missouri. She is a frequent attender of science-fiction/ fantasy conventions such as ArmadilloCon26 and Capricorn 29 in 2009. Sharon Shinn donated her archive to the department of Rare Books and Special Collections at Northern Illinois University. Sharon Shinn won the William Crawford Award for Achievement in Fantasy and was nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. A journalist who lives in St. Louis, Shinn is also the author of Archangel, Jovah's Angel, The Alleluia Files, Wrapt in Crystal, and The Shape-Changer's Wife.

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