New York: Grand Central Publishing, 1989. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 346 pp; VG but for a horizontal crease across the book. some edge wear; Yen Olass could read dreams and tell the future. Even as chaos reigned in the city of Gendormargensis, the oracle's talents served her well. Indeed, as the city fell to battling warlords and imperial treachery, Yen Olass escaped by riding with Lord Alagrace as he led the invsion of distant Argan.
New York: Warner Books, 1989 Light wear to cover edges and corners with reading creases. Spine leans to the right, but binding is tight and secure. Text is mildly toned, clean, and free of markings. ***We ship daily. Our books are carefully described and packaged in boxes (not envelopes). A gift card and personalized message can be included upon request.***. Mass Market Paperback. Good.
1st US edition. `Vintage Paperback Questar Books, 1989, 1st US edition, scarce US fantasy vintage paperback, book #4 in the Weird War Chronicles, 3 wily wizards at war, great Don Maitz cover art, nice copy, bright and firm, as new, near Fine.
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