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Dark Tower, The
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Dark Tower, The

By King, Stephen

Paperback. New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$15.95

Valors Trial
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Valors Trial

By Huff, Tany

Hard Cover. New/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Remainder.

$15.95

Oathbreaker Assassins Apprentice
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Oathbreaker Assassins Apprentice

By Vaught, S. R

Paperback. New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.95

Diamond Isle, The

By Nicholls, Stan

Harper Collins, 2007. NEW PAPERBACK BOOK IN UNREAD CONDITION. VERY MINOR SHELF WEAR ON EDGES.. Paperback. New/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Ragamuffin
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Ragamuffin

By Buckell, Tobias

Tor Book - Tom Doherty, 2007. NEW HARDCOVER BOOK IN UNREAD CONDITION. ONLY FLAW IS DUST JACKET WHICH HAS 2 SMALL TEARS ON BACK COVER WHICH HAVE BEEN REPAIRED. . First Edition. Hard Cover. New/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.95

Ratcatcher
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Ratcatcher

By McGee, James

Harper, 2006. Book Description: Hunting down highwaymen was not the usual preserve of a Bow Street Runner. As the most resourceful of this elite band of investigators, Matthew Hawkwood was surprised to be assigned the case - even if it did involve the murder and mutilation of a naval courier. From the squalor of St Giles Rookery, London's notorious den of theives and cutthroats, to the palatial homes of the aristocracy where knights of the realm conduct themselves in a manner unbecoming to their rank, Hawkwood relentlessly pursues his quarry. And as the case unfolds, and another body is discovered, the true agenda behind the robbery begins to emerge: the stolen naval dispatch pouch held details of a French plot that, if successful, will send the Royal Navy's entire fleet scurrying to port in terror, leaving Napoleon to rule the waves. With no way of knowing who can be trusted, Hawkwood must engage in a desperate race against time to prevent the successful execution of the Emperor's plot. James McGee was an army brat who grew up in Gibraltar, Germany and Northern Ireland. He has worked in banking, sales, newspapers and the airline industry, but for the last fifteen years he has been a bookseller. . Trade Paperback. As New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.95

Dark Vengeance: A Novel of Niflheim (Niflheim 2)

By Greenwood, Ed

Tor Books Orivon Firefist was captured as a six-year-old child by the Nilfghar--the dark elves--who attacked his village by night on one of their surface raids. Fifteen years later he was a moon-pale, scarred, muscular giant of a man, who spent his days at forgework for a dark elf family. Now he has successfully returned to the surface world home that he thought only existed in his most distant dreams. But the score is far from settled. Years of oppression and new revelations of the dark deeds of his former captors only fuel his forge of rage. And the fact that their evil still permeates the underworld only intensifies his desire for a dark vengeance.. Hard Cover. New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$12.95

Assassin King (The Symphony of Ages)
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Assassin King (The Symphony of Ages)

By Haydon, Elizabeth

Tor Books, 2006. The Assassin King opens with the arrival of a mysterious hunter, a man of ancient race and purpose, who endlessly chants the names of the pantheon of demons that are his intended victims, as well as one other: Ysk, the original name of Achmed, the Assassin King of Ylorc. At the same moment, two gatherings of great import are taking place. The first is a convocation of dragons, who gather in a primeval forest gladethe site of the horrific ending of Llauron, one of the last of their kind. They mourn not only his irrevocable death, but also the loss of the lore and control over the Earth itself that it represents. The second gathering is a council of war: Ashe and Rhapsody, rulers of the alliance that protects the Middle Continent; Gwydion, the new Duke of Navarne; Anborn, the Lord Marshall; Achmed, the King of Ylorc, and Grunthor, his Sergeant-Major. Each brings news that form the pieces of a great puzzle. And as each piece is added it becomes quite clear: War is coming, the likes of which the world has never known.. Hard Cover. New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$13.95

Buck Rogers and the 25th Century

By Larson, Glen & Stevens, Leslie

Fotonovels Publications, 1979. Like new collectible photo novel book.. Paperback. As New/None. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$14.95

Web of Fire
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Web of Fire

By Voake, Steve

FABER CHILDREN'S BOOKS, 2006. NEW BOOK IN UNREAD CONDITION WITH DUST JACKET. VERY MINOR SHELF WEAR. . Hard Cover. New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$10.95

Wilding, The
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Wilding, The

By Friedman, C. S

Daw Books, 2005. Product Description: The tribal Braxan-created to become the ultimate warriors. The Azeans-raised to master the power of the mind. Two civilizations fighting an endless war over a long-forgotten cause. Now, after a century and a half, the legacy of their greatest military leaders threatens to tear apart both empires.. Paperback. New/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Breach in the Watershed ( Book 1 )
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Breach in the Watershed ( Book 1 )

By Niles, Douglas

Ace Books Div of Penguin Group, 1996. Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No signs of wear or damage. Very minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. ISBN 0441003494. 1996 edition. Publisher: ACE. 464 pages long. Approx: 6.6 by 4 by 1.2. Additional pictures of condition are always available. BOOK DESCRIPTION: For eons, the Watershed protected the integrity of the three lands of Dalethica, Faerine, and Duloth-Trol, until the Sleepstealer's schemes forced a corrosive wedge in its impregnable barrier. The future of the world lies with a small band of humans and magical creatures led by a young mountain climber and a woman marked by three prophecies. This fantasy epic bears the trademarks of classic fantasy?a varied group of heroes, impossible odds, and a cause worth dying for. Strong worldbuilding and a new twist on the use of magic make this a good choice for large fantasy collections. For centuries, the pristine lands of the Watershed were at peace. But now only a handful of heroes remains to fight against a dark god who has one all-consuming thirst-the destruction of the Watershed.. Mass Market Paperback. New/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Hidden Stars: Book One of The Rune of Unmaking
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Hidden Stars: Book One of The Rune of Unmaking

By Howard, Madeline

HarperCollins Publishers Trade Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No creasing on binding edge. Minor shelf wear on edges of paperback cover. ISBN# 0-06-057587-5. 2004 edition. Publisher: Harper Collins. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: Anyone willing to endure names like Éireamhóine and Baillébachlein will find that a pronunciation guide and a map are about all that's missing from Howard's solid first novel. Classical fantasy elements, such as the eternal war between Light and Dark and the royal-born savior adopted by ignorant strangers, share space with a surprisingly original setting and story. Nineteen years earlier, Master Wizard Éireamhóine spirited a baby princess away at the cost of his life. Now the harsh Empress Ouriána, a self-proclaimed dark goddess, thinks she has found the girl and sends her monstrous priests to destroy her. The healer Sindérian, the wizard Faolein and the half-fey Prince Ruan travel north, where the young woman's family is battling Ouriána's malevolent forces for control of the land, to learn whether she is indeed the long-lost princess, the only one who can destroy the empress. Some readers may be put off by the simplicity--the kings are always wise, the wizards are always clever and the protagonists always survive--but bloody warfare, intricate magic and deft portraits of characters and culture provide some sparkle and keep things moving. With its strong (and not overly sexualized) female characters, the series should particularly appeal to anyone wanting a feminist alternative to the current crop of genre sagas. Extraordinary new talent Madeline Howard begins an epic trilogy of magic and power, hidden birthrights and prophecies, with The Hidden Stars, the first book of The Rune of Unmaking. In a world devastated by a cataclysmic war between the wizards and mages, the Empress Ouri#225;na has seized the throne, proclaiming herself the Divine Incarnation of the Devouring Moon. Appointing twelve priests to perform her rites, she rules with a tight rein of evil sorcery. The priests, once men, have become twisted with magic, making them monstrous -- mutated. They bring destruction wherever they ride, and one kingdom after another falls, enslaved into darkness. Yet signs and portents appear, puzzling the seers, and a tale begins to grow. A rumor of a young girl, talented and hidden, who is destined to end Ouri#225;na's tyrannous reign ... if she can survive long enough to do so. And so a brave band of wizards and heroes ride out in search of the hidden princess, pursued by the fury of the dark goddess herself.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$8.95

Hidden Stars: Book One of The Rune of Unmaking
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Hidden Stars: Book One of The Rune of Unmaking

By Howard, Madeline

HarperCollins Publishers, 2004. Trade Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No creasing on binding edge. Minor shelf wear on edges of paperback cover. ISBN# 0-06-057587-5. 2004 edition. Publisher: Harper Collins. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: Anyone willing to endure names like Éireamhóine and Baillébachlein will find that a pronunciation guide and a map are about all that's missing from Howard's solid first novel. Classical fantasy elements, such as the eternal war between Light and Dark and the royal-born savior adopted by ignorant strangers, share space with a surprisingly original setting and story. Nineteen years earlier, Master Wizard Éireamhóine spirited a baby princess away at the cost of his life. Now the harsh Empress Ouriána, a self-proclaimed dark goddess, thinks she has found the girl and sends her monstrous priests to destroy her. The healer Sindérian, the wizard Faolein and the half-fey Prince Ruan travel north, where the young woman's family is battling Ouriána's malevolent forces for control of the land, to learn whether she is indeed the long-lost princess, the only one who can destroy the empress. Some readers may be put off by the simplicity--the kings are always wise, the wizards are always clever and the protagonists always survive--but bloody warfare, intricate magic and deft portraits of characters and culture provide some sparkle and keep things moving. With its strong (and not overly sexualized) female characters, the series should particularly appeal to anyone wanting a feminist alternative to the current crop of genre sagas. Extraordinary new talent Madeline Howard begins an epic trilogy of magic and power, hidden birthrights and prophecies, with The Hidden Stars, the first book of The Rune of Unmaking. In a world devastated by a cataclysmic war between the wizards and mages, the Empress Ouri#225;na has seized the throne, proclaiming herself the Divine Incarnation of the Devouring Moon. Appointing twelve priests to perform her rites, she rules with a tight rein of evil sorcery. The priests, once men, have become twisted with magic, making them monstrous -- mutated. They bring destruction wherever they ride, and one kingdom after another falls, enslaved into darkness. Yet signs and portents appear, puzzling the seers, and a tale begins to grow. A rumor of a young girl, talented and hidden, who is destined to end Ouri#225;na's tyrannous reign ... if she can survive long enough to do so. And so a brave band of wizards and heroes ride out in search of the hidden princess, pursued by the fury of the dark goddess herself.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$8.95

Next of Kin
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Next of Kin

By Russell, Eric Frank

Gollancz, 2002. Trade Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No creasing on binding edge. Minor shelf wear on edges of paperback cover. ISBN# 0575072407. 2002 edition. Publisher: Gollancz. 192 pages long. Approx: 9 by 6 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Product Description: Scout-Officer John Leeming knew from the very start that his reconnaissance mission deep into enemy territory would likely be a one-way trip. But, after he crash-lands on a far distant planet and becomes a prisoner of ruthless aliens, he knows he can't just give up. Armed with only a piece of wood, a coil of copperlike wire, his quick wits, and an imaginary ally called Eustace, Leeming embarks on a brilliant campaign to gain his freedom--and undermine the alien war effort, too. This original, full-length version of one of Russell's most popular stories, "Plus X," is amusing, adventurous, fast moving, and razor sharp. Poking fun at bone-headed and inflexible bureaucrats and institutions, it ranks among his very best work.. Paperback. New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$8.95

Saucer - The Conquest
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Saucer - The Conquest

By COONTS, STEPHEN

St. Martin's Griffin, 2004. Trade Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No creasing on binding edge. Minor shelf wear on edges of paperback cover. ISBN# 031232362X. 2004 edition. Publisher: St Martins. 384 pages long. Approx: 9 by 6 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: In this humorous UFO thriller, the sequel to bestseller Coonts's Saucer (2003), pilot Charlotte "Charley" Pine is hired to fly a French spaceplane to the moon, where millionaire Pierre Artois is building a base. Once there, she discovers that Artois has equipped the base with an antigravity beam projector and plans to make himself and his malevolent wife, Julie, rulers of the world. Charley promptly returns to Earth to warn everybody. Meanwhile, Newton Chadwick, a mad scientist in the pay of the French, kidnaps saucer-expert Egg Cantrell and forces him to fly to the moon in the original Roswell saucer that landed in 1947. Egg's nephew Rip Cantrell and Charley steal another flying saucer from the Smithsonian, and soon saucers and other borrowed alien high-tech are in pitched battle over the moon. This is Coonts's thirteenth book and a sequel to SAUCER. The characters come straight out of the 1930s, but the technology is strictly twenty-first century and beyond. In the previous book our dashing hero finds a flying saucer imbedded in a rock and flies about with his beautiful pilot lover. Here a French megalomaniac uses a saucer and its technology to try to rule the world from a base on the moon.. Trade Paperback. New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$9.95

Second Wave: Acorna's Children
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Second Wave: Acorna's Children

By McCaffrey, Anne

Eos, 2006. Hardcover book is in new, never been read condition. Dustjacket is in like new condition. Minor shelf wear on edges of dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean, no stains. ISBN# 0060525401. 2006 edition. 304 pages long. Approx: 9 by 6 by 1. Publisher: Eos. Additional pictures of condition are always available. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Unicorn girl Khorii of the Linyaari had a horn-full of curing to do in McCaffrey and Scarborough's first chronicle of the Acorna's Children series, First Warning (2005), about a deadly plague sweeping the universe. In this spirited second installment, the gifted young healer, her adopted android brother, Elviiz ("named for an ancient Terran king"), and human survivors of the planet Paloduro struggle to devise a vaccine. Khorii makes the connection between the plague and the new threat of devouring, wraithlike aliens. Meanwhile, Khorii's quarantined parents, Aari and Acorna, learn Khorii has a twin, Arriin, whose embroyo had been stolen from them long ago by the Ancestral Friends. As an adult, Arriin escapes via a stolen time-travel device. The twins' reunion, along with the punishment of the criminal Marl Fidd, is a highlight of this episode in the exploits of Khorii and her crew. In First Warning (Eos, 2005), a plague spread through the universe. Here, when unicorn girl Acorna (the protagonist of her own seven-book series) and her lifemate, Aari, are infected, Khorii, their Linyaari-unicorn daughter, steps up. She and her android brother, Elviiz, continue to cleanse the Universe, looking for the reason for the mysterious plague. With their parents in quarantine, the already-fatigued siblings become the first and last line of defense when their old nemesis, Marl Fidd, breaks out of prison. If things weren't bad enough, it looks as though the plague dead are coming back as zombies.. Hard Cover. New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$12.95

Millennium
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Millennium

By Varley, John

Berkley Books, 1983. Hardcover book is very good to like new condition. Dust jacket is in very good condition. Minor shelf wear on edges of dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean, no stains. Price sticker on binding edge. Binding is slightly off cant. Book Club edition. ISBN# 0. 1983 edition. 215 pages long. Size Approx: 8.5 by 5.5 by 1. Publisher: Berkley. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: To Louise Baltimore and her fellow citizens of Earth in the 99th century, life offers bleak prospects. The world is on its deathbed, dying from the accumulated poisons of one too many wars. Suicide is common, since convincing reasons for hanging around for the planet's final gasps are few. But there is a plan. Directed by the Big Computer, a group of people are engaged in an all out effort to create a future for humanity: if not here, then on another planet; if not in their time, then in another. Louise is one of these people. Louise is the head of a time travel team which uses The Gate to enter the past. There they kidnap people, but not just anyone. Louise must choose only those who are destined to die in their time, passengers of airplantes of the 20th century that are about to crash, or those involved in similar disasters. They will be rescued and brought to Louise's time, and placed in suspended animation awaiting the moment when a great space time ship will carry them to a distant future. There, these folks, dead in their own time, will give new life to the human race. . Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Paladin of Souls
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Paladin of Souls

By Bujold, Lois McMaster

Harper Torch, 2005. Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. No creasing on edges, no stains, no dog ears. Very minor shelf wear on outside of paperback cover. Publisher: Berkley Books. ISBN# 042519065X. 2003 edition. 496 pages. Size: 7 x 4 x 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. BOOK DESCRIPTION: In this sequel to The Curse of Chalion (2001), rich in sumptuous detail and speculative theology, dowager royina Ista Dy Baocia undertakes a pilgrimage to ease her soul-and finds instead that in Chalion, Bujold's handsomely crafted fantasy world ruled by Five Gods "just around some strange corner of perception," a more dangerous fate awaits than she could ever have imagined. Swordplay and sorcery sweep sensitive, sensible 40-year-old Ista into Chalion's border stronghold of Porifors, where enemy Roknari incursions and demons from the Fifth God's hell threaten Ista's realm, held precariously at bay by the charismatic Arhys dy Lutez. Ista's romantic quest to save Arhys and his magnetic half-brother, Illvin, teems with equal parts of unearthly magic and down-to-earth quasi-medieval lore. Paladin of Souls focuses, however, on Iselle's mother, Ista. Three years free of the madness that kept her imprisoned in her family's castle, Ista is finally released from her last remaining duties by the death of her mother. She undertakes a pilgrimage, but doesn't get far before she is overtaken by trouble, sorrow, need, and a host of other adversities.. Paperback. New/None. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$7.95

Dragonlance Legends Complete Book Set, 3 Book Trilogy, Vol 1 to 3
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Dragonlance Legends Complete Book Set, 3 Book Trilogy, Vol 1 to 3

By Weis, Margaret & Tracy Hickman

TSR, 1986. 3 BOOK SET - VOL 1 TIME OF THE TWINS, VOL 2 WAR OF THE TWINS, VOL 3 TEST OF THE TWINS, New in unread condition, minor shelf wear on edges. ISBN 0880382651, 088038266X, 0880382678. All 3 are 1986 first printing editions. This set is not in a box!. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. New/None. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$22.95

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