New York: Harper, 2009-02-24. Advance Uncorrected Proofs. Paperback. Good. 343 pages; edge wear; Advance Uncorrected Proofs; Eric Bear thinks he has escaped his violent past, but when crime boss Nicholas Dove threatens Eric's beloved wife Emma Rabbit, Eric has no choice but to do what he asks: find a way to remove Dove's name from the Death List. Problem is, no one knows if the Death List really exists. Nevertheless, Eric gathers his old team together - sadistic male prostitute Sam Gazelle, sweet but dangerous Tom-Tom Crow, and wily Snake Marek - and they set off to find the elusive list. What Eric learns will forever change the way he thinks about his life, his family, and his town.
New York: Tor Books, 2003-11-10. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 384 pages; light edge wear to jacket and boards, front hinge loosening; This long-awaited title in the Alvin Maker Tale series continues the story of Alvin and his wife Peggy as they work to create The Crystal City. "With delicacy and insight, incorporating folk tales and folk magic with mountain lore and other authentic details, Orson Scott Card has evoked a vision of America as it might have been."--"Greensboro Tribune-Review.
New York: Tor Books, 1990-12. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 279 pages; edge wear to jacket and boards, corners bumped; The contemporary world and the world of Arthurian mythology collide in Castleview, Illinois in this book. The Shileds family are new to the town and find themselves living out a legend.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1977. Book Club. Hardcover. Fair/Very Good. 390 pages; ex-library with usual markings, ffep missing and thus, front hinge split; edge wear to boards, corners bumped; decent reading copy; Richard Adams creates a lyrical and engrossing tale, a remarkable journey into the hearts and minds of two canine heroes, Snitter and Rowf, fugitives from the horrors of an animal research center who escape into the isolation--and terror--of the wilderness.
New York: HarperEntertainment, 1998-05-06. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 244 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; For the fans of Braveheart and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys comes on all-new, original novel based on the popular new television series about the exploits of Conor, the reluctant king of the Celts. The Year is 400 A.D. Roman Warriors Have Plundered the continent. In this time of strife, in the land that will become known as Ireland, a reluctant hero listens to the ancient voices and rises from tragedy to claim his destiny: to free his people from enslavement and lead them back to glory. Created by Shaun Cassidy, the mastermind behind American Gothic, and Ron Koslow, who brought Beauty and the Beast to life, Roar is the story of Conor and his ragtag band of allies in their struggle against the villainy of Queen Diana and the mysterious Longinus. Brandishing the sword of his father and unleashing the magical powers within, Conor must fight for freedom to save the Roar -- the mystical force that echoes through every living thing and is the power of life. Reverberating with fantasy, magic, and danger, Roar is a must for all devotees of swords and sorcery.
New York: Del Rey, 1991. Book Club. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 399 pages; corners bumped, light edge wear; In the last stages of their quest for his son, Garion and his companions travel to Kell to consult a copy of the Malloreon Gospels. But Zandramas the Sorceress will not be outdone. She still has young Geran and should she reach the final meeting place with him, then Garion must slay his son.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1986. Hardcover. Good. 409 pages; edge wear to boards, small spot of adhesive residue on front board, some dampstaining on rear board; Thing, a young girl who hides beneath a mask, and her handicapped companions--a crow, a toad, a goldfish, and a kitten--set off on a desperate quest to find the Dragon of the Black Mountain. "A magical high fantasy, with a plot that will keep the reader entranced until the conclusion".--Xignals.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1970. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 91 pages; light edge wear to jacket and boards; Being the fifth part of the travels into several remote parts of the world. allegedly from an unpublished manuscript by Swift.
Greenwillow Books, 2001-04-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 324 pages; spine creasing, light edge wear; The people of Holand in South Dalemark are bitterly oppressed by the tyrannical earl Hadd. Informers, secret police, and cruel rent-collectors terrorize the countryside, and Mitt has grown up with more than enough reasons for joining the freedom fighters.
New York: Spectra, 2000-02-29. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 402 pages; light edge wear, faint spine crease; In the sacred season of the moonmonth, four young men don the masks that herald their coming-of-age celebration--a time of rituals, tests, and festivities. Yet for Tarrant Hawkins and his friends, their first test becomes a desperate struggle for survival when they encounter the vanguard of an invasion force poised to overrun their homeland. What follows is an epic clash of ancient foes that will bring Tarrant and his friends to manhood, or death.
Spectra, 2002-10-29. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 736 pages; light edge wear; Once the grandest of cities, Yslin now has a dark heart known as the Dimandowns. When Will, an orphaned thief, steals an artifact from the exiled Elves, he is ensnared in a web of ancient prophecy to rid the world of a mounting evil. Will is united with Kedyn's Crow, a human warrior, and Resolute, a Vorquelf, to save the world from Chytrine, the northern tyrant who would be empress of the world.
New York: Tor Books, 2000-03-02. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. remainder mark on page ends, some light edge wear; Gar and Alea have finally chosen a planet to rescue after three months in deep space. When they eventually land, they discover the planet has no government, and a power-hungry outlaw is trying to force his rule on the inhabitants.
New York: Macmillan Pub Co, 1977-10. Trade Paperback. Good. 343 pages; spine crease, light edge wear; "Richard Monaco has created an unusual slant on the Arthurian Legend. Horror and bloodshed mingle with a soft, imaginative romanticism making an instant classic." --Salisbury Times, Britain
New York: Baen, 1991-11-01. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 374 pages; spine creasing, edge wear, some writing inside cover; After her expulsion from the priesthood, Tamai is sent to obtain fabled rifles for her people and comes under the protection of a British Officer's Lady. Becoming friends, Tamai and Louisa Westbrook head to Tamai's homeland, Gandhara, where Louisa becomes a full-fledged priestess gifted with occult powers unseen in Gandhara since the glory days.
New York: Roc, 1991-11-05. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 302 pages; ex-library with usual markings, laminated cover, piece cut out of surface of back cover; When magician Seymour saves Bard Bryon from the hounds of death, the two are forced to flee to the king's palace, the one place where they hope to find sanctuary from countless enemies. And along the way Seymour learns that Byron is possessed by the white mists of power, perhaps the long-prophesied bringer of doom to the world.
New York: Del Rey, 1987-01-12. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 323 pages; spine crease, light edge wear; As they faced one another in a duel of survival, the Roman tribune Marcus Scaurus held the spell-scribed sword of a Druid priest, and the Celtic chieftain Viridovix held a similar sword, bespelled by a rival Druid sorcerer. At the moment they touched, the two found themselves under a strange night sky where no stars were familiar and where Gaul and Rome were unknown. They were in an outpost of the embattled Empire of Videssos--in a world where magic and dark sorcery would test their skill and courage as no Roman legion had ever been tested before
New York: Tor Fantasy, 2002-06-17. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 596 pages; ex-library with usual markings, spine creasing, edge wear, tape on spine; An expedition finds a girl named Firekeeper living with a pack of wolves. However, this girl may be the heir to the throne. Her pack of "royal wolves" sends her back to live in a world she doesn't understand. With her goes her best friend, a wolf named Blind Seer. In the coming months, learning how to be human will be more complicated than Firekeeper ever imagined.
New York: Del Rey, 1987-04-12. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 322 pages; edge wear; Foul sorcery had slain the Emperor. Now the army of Videssos, betrayed by one man's craven folly, fled in panic from the savage victors. But there was no panic in the Legion, mysteriously displaced from Gaul and Rome into this strange world of magic. Wearily, Tribune Marcus Scaurus led his men through the chaos and enemy hordes in search of winter quarters, to regroup and seek to join up with Thorisin Gavras, now rightful ruler of Videssos. But in Videssos the city, capital of the beleaguered realm, Ortaias Sphrantzes, whose cowardice had caused their defeat, now sat upon the throne. There, behind great walls that had always made the city impregnable to storm or siege, he ruled with the support of evil sorcery. Overthrowing him seemed impossible. Grimly, Marcus Scaurus began the long march through hostile country toward that seemingly hopeless attempt.
New York: I Books, 2003-07-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 218 pages; ex-library with usual markings, reinforced spine, edge wear; From the Hugo Award-winning author comes this fantastical tale of Avluela the Flier. After Avluela goes missing amidst the invasion of her ancient home, the Watcher sets out to find the Rememberers, the keepers of the past who may hold the secret to Earth's salvation.
New York: Lancer Books, 1964. Mass Market Paperback. Near Fine. 285 pages; Lancer 73-630; EZ-Read Larger Type, No Glare Paper; almost a crease on the spine, very slight edge wear. This copy is exceptionally nice. Gold. Gold brought the oddly mixed group of adventurers together... gold made them enemies in a battle to the death...gold held the key to the mysterious forces that assailed them. Williamson spins a rare web of spellbinding fantasy-adventure.. a gem from the golden age of Weird Tales.