The magic in the Valley is dying. The age-old spell can no longer protect the land from its enemies. Four companions must find the sorcerer who conjured the ancient power. He has not been seen for centuries, hidden in the dark heart of an evil Empire. Their journey is desperately dangerous, and the travellers are shadowed by a mysterious figure. Is the shape-changing Ropemaker their ally? Or a deadly enemy? And does he command the deepest magic of all? That weaves and unweaves the great rope that is time itself.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - raizel - LibraryThing
Not my favorite Peter Dickinson. I was amused by the fact that we aren't introduced to the title character until about halfway through the book. While reading this, I wondered why he bothered to write ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AltheaAnn - LibraryThing
It was interesting to contrast this enjoyable, well-written YA fantasy book with Ursula LeGuin's "Voices," which I read recently. Both deal with a pair of young people from a remote, isolated valley ... Read full review