The Diamond Throne

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Ballantine Books, 1990 - Fiction - 435 pages
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Sparhawk, Pandion Knight, and Queen's Champion have returned to Elenia after ten years of exile, only to find young Queen Ehlanda trapped in a block of ensorcelled crystal. As Sparhawk sets out to find a cure for Ehlana, he discovers that only he can defeat the evil plots that threaten her rule....
 

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User Review  - wagner.sarah35 - LibraryThing

A great beginning to a fantasy trilogy. Sparhawk, an Pandion knight, returns to Elenia for the first time since his exile to find that his queen, Ehlana, has fallen under a mysterious illness and her ... Read full review

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User Review  - Aldrea_Alien - LibraryThing

Sparhawk is one of Eddings best characters. A hero that isn't all glitter and talk, he has enough roughness about him to make him believeable as well as likeable. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
28
Section 4
45
Section 5
62
Section 6
76
Section 7
92
Section 8
105
Section 15
239
Section 16
257
Section 17
277
Section 18
293
Section 19
308
Section 20
324
Section 21
343
Section 22
357

Section 9
118
Section 10
139
Section 11
167
Section 12
181
Section 13
203
Section 14
224
Section 23
373
Section 24
389
Section 25
408
Section 26
425
Section 27
437
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About the author (1990)

David Eddings was born on July 7, 1931 in Spokane, Washington. He received a B.A. in English from Reed College in Portland in 1954 and a M.A. in Middle English from the University of Washington in 1961. After serving in the U.S. Army for two years, he worked as a grocery clerk, as a sales clerk for the Boeing Company, and as an English teacher in a business college and a teachers' college. During his lifetime, he wrote more than 25 books, many of them with his wife Leigh Eddings. His first novel, High Hunt, was published in 1973. His other works include the Belgariad series, the Mallorean series, the Elenium series, and the Dreamers series. He died on June 2, 2009 at the age of 77.

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