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After a magical debacle lands him behind bars, and almost causes a riot, Rabbit, now a free man, is reaffirmed as King Jusson's heir and the official mage of the kingdom, and must save Iversterre from sliding into the abyss by mastering his immense powers before the enemy does. Original.
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In the strongly Scottish-flavored kingdom of Inversterre, the young nobleman Rabbit joins the army to get away from his family. Unfortunately, his combination of social rank and magical talent make him indispensable in some situations and uncontrollable in others. He eventually becomes the most potent mage in the threatened Borderlands, with a host of problems in his lap. Then King Janno, his cousin, solves a shortage of heirs by choosing Rabbit for that dubious honor without relieving him of any of his responsibilities on the border. One of those is a murder investigation that turns out to mean peril for heir, king, kingdom, and everybody else a reader may have come to care about. A gifted if not dazzling storyteller, Freeman has created an absorbing fantasy world as the setting for a classic story of intrigue both material and magical. Consider directing fans of Kurtz's Deryni saga toward Freeman and her work. Roland Green
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Book Description Roc, 2006. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110451460715
Book Description Roc, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0451460715
Book Description Roc, 2006. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0451460715