The Magicians' Daughter

The Magicians' Daughter

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It's been ten years since Ferris, Reiffen, and Avendar raised the siege of Rimwich and killed two of the three Wizards. Ferris and Reiffen are married and have a daughter Hubley, who is almost ten years old. (She celebrates her tenth birthday three times during the book.)Reiffen has the woman he loves and a daughter he adores. He has helped to destroy two of the three Wizards. He should be happy ... instead he is slowly going mad. He thinks the last of his old enemies, the Wizard Fornoch, wants to kidnap Hubley the same way he kidnapped Reiffen in Reiffen's Choice, and his fear grows increasingly irrational, increasingly violent. In the end he even quarrels with Ferris, who returns to Valing with Hubley, only to have Reiffen steal the child back. When Avendar attempts to reason with him, Reiffen suspects his old friend of trying to kidnap Hubley.Thirty years will pass after they confront each other. Thirty long years in which Fornoch has all the time he needs to secretly practice his dark persuasion on Reiffen. At the end of those thirty years he believes he has finally been able to turn the greatest enemy he has ever faced, and destroy Reiffen - and Ferris and Hubley - and once again rule the world.Hubley will tell all at her fourth, and final, tenth birthday party.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 446 pages
  • 139.7 x 208.28 x 33.02mm | 498.95g
  • Tor Books
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations, maps
  • 0765314797
  • 9780765314796
  • 2,209,728

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