Lord Sunday

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Allen & Unwin, 2010 - Bildungsromans, Australian - 320 pages
Master of the Incomparable Gardens, the last of the Trustees, and the most powerful Denizen in the house, Lord Sunday is a fierce opponent. And Arthur is running out of time. With everything falling to pieces around him, Arthur must be quick if he is to stem the tide of Nothing and save the House and the Secondary Realms.

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User Review  - nx74defiant - LibraryThing

I'm not sure how I feel about this book. I'm not a fan of the big epic battle. But I can see how the previous books had built up to the battle. I thought Saturday was a man & had been killed. But I ... Read full review

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User Review  - debs913 - LibraryThing

Garth Nix does not pull his punches in this long awaited finish to the Keys to the Kingdom series. Arthur, the Heir, has almost completely changed from human boy to Denizen while trying to acquire the ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Garth Nix was born in Melbourne, Australia on July 19, 1963. He graduated from the University of Canberra in 1986 and worked various jobs within the publishing industry until 1994. After a stint in public relations, he returned to books and took up writing as a career. He is the author of Blood Ties, Clariel, Newt's Emerald, the Old Kingdom series, The Seventh Tower series, and The Keys to the Kingdom series. In 1999, he received a Golden Duck Award for Australian Contribution to Children's Science Fiction. To Hold the Bridge was named Best Collection by the 2015 Aurealis Awards. His novella, By Frogsled and Lizardback to Outcast Venusian Lepers, was named Best Science Fiction Novella by the 2015 Aurealis Awards. In 2018, he won the 2017 Aurealis Award for the Best science-fiction short story.

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