The Crow

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Candlewick Press, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 511 pages
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As this enthralling epic nears its climax, the young heroine’s brother discovers his own hidden gift — and the role he must play in battling the Dark.

Hem is a weary orphan whose struggle for survival ends when he is reunited with his lost sister, Maerad. But Maerad has a destiny to fulfill, and Hem is sent to the golden city of Turbansk, where he learns the ways of the Bards and befriends a mysterious white crow. When the forces of the Dark threaten, Hem flees with his protector, Saliman, and an orphan girl named Zelika to join the Light’s resistance forces. It is there that Hem has a vision and learns that he, too, has a part to play in Maerad’s quest to solve the Riddle of the Treesong. As THE CROW continues the epic tale begun with THE NAMING and THE RIDDLE, Alison Croggon creates a world of astounding beauty overshadowed by a terrifying darkness, a world where Maerad and Hem must prepare to wage their final battle for the Light.
 

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User Review  - EMOQ - Borders

This book is filled with amazing scenery descriptions placing the reader in a vivid world full of detail. The sentiment it causes is undeniable. I would recomend it to any fiction fan that enjoys history as well. Read full review

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User Review  - katara - Borders

out of the whole series this is my favorite. It has so much action and built up suspence. You can never predict whats going to happen next. it is so crazy i love it. it is sad to thoug. this book is ... Read full review

Contents

DEN RAVEN
333
Sjughakar Im
351
The Blind House
373
Spies
394
Dagra
414
The Iron Tower
429
Ires Story
435
Return
455
The Song
473
APPENDICES
485
The Elidhu
501
Notes for the Appendices
510
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Alison Croggon, an award-winning Australian poet, playwright, editor, and critic, is the author of the first two books in this celebrated epic quartet, THE NAMING and THE RIDDLE.

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