The Crow

The Crow : The Third Book of Pellinor

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The third book in the highly acclaimed Pellinor series The earth is poisoned by a deep wrongness and the forces of the Nameless One grow ever stronger. The Treesong - the key to restoring peace - is lost, and only Maerad can unravel its mysteries. While she seeks answers in the north, her brother Hem makes the perilous journey south to Turbansk - aided by his pet crow, Irc - to spy on the child armies of the Dark. Hem is haunted by his bitter past and the uncertainty of his future as evil forces threaten to destroy the city. But his destiny may be linked to the Treesong more closely than he realises..."A ripping read...Fantasy-tastic!" - Herald Sun "Unbelieveably fine, this book represents fantasy storytelling at its best. This exemplary novel is sure to appeal to all fantasy fans.' - Voyashow more

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  • Paperback | 504 pages
  • 130 x 198.1 x 25.4mm | 464.47g
  • Penguin Books Australia
  • Hawthorn, Australia
  • 0143008900
  • 9780143008903

About Alison Croggon

Alison Croggon is the acclaimed author of the high fantasy series The Books of Pellinor, as well as Black Spring, a fantasy reworking of Wuthering Heights, and The River and the Book. Alison is an award-winning poet whose work has been published extensively in anthologies and magazines internationally. She has written widely for theatre, and her opera libretti have been produced all around Australia. Alison is also an editor and critic. She lives in Melbourne with her husband, the playwright Daniel Keene.show more

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