The Tangle Box

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Ballantine Books, 1995 - Fiction - 368 pages
72 Reviews
Everything should have been quiet and pleasant for Ben Holiday, the former Chicago lawyer who became sovereign of the Magic Kingdom of Landover. But it wasn't.
Horris Kew, conjurer, confidence-man, and trickster, had returned to Landover from Ben's own world. Alas, Horris had not returned of his own volition--he had been sent by the Gorse, a sorcerer of great evil, whom Horris had unwittingly freed from the magic Tangle Box, where it had long ago been imprisoned by the fairy folk. Now it had returned to enslave those who had once dared condemn it. But first, it would rid Landover of all who could stand in its way...
Soon Ben found himself imprisoned within the gloom of the Tangle Box, lost in its mists and its labyrinthine ways. The only one who could free Ben from the Tangle Box was the lady Willow. But she had disappeared, was gone from Landover on a mysterious mission of her own....

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Review: The Tangle Box (Magic Kingdom of Landover #4)

User Review  - Graham - Goodreads

A fun return to the fluffy fantasy series that is Landover. Featuring all the regular cast, divided into separate plot arcs by magical entanglements, as is the trope for the series, and a pair of antagonists who are quite entertaining. Read full review

Review: The Tangle Box (Magic Kingdom of Landover #4)

User Review  - Rose Allyn - Goodreads

I find it boring at first but when willow and ben holiday appeared it blown my mind ! Such a high fantasy read ! So majestic ! Im enchant by it .. Can't wait to read the next book .. Im very eager to know what will gonna happen to the newly born baby .. With dazzling green eyes ! Ugh ! Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Terry Brooks was born in Sterling, Illinois on January 8, 1944. He received a bachelor's degree in English literature from Hamilton College and a graduate degree from the School of Law at Washington and Lee University. Before becoming a full-time writer, he was a practicing attorney for many years. His first book The Sword of Shannara (1977) was the first work of fiction to appear on the New York Times Trade Paperback Bestseller List. His other works include the Word and Void trilogy, The Heritage of Shannara series, Magic Kingdom of Landover series, The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara series, High Druid of Shannara series, Genesis of Shannara series, and the novelization to Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

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