The Quest for the Trilogy

The Quest for the Trilogy

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The secret to protecting the civilized world from an ancient threat may lie in the pages of three books and it is up to master librarians of the past and present to secure this knowledge. Set in the years after Lord of the Libraries, young halfer Juhg is still growing into his job as Grandmagister when an ally from the past, the wizened wizard Craugh, returns with warnings of an ancient threat that may resurface - the so-called "Kharrion's Wrath," which endangers the existence of the world. Juhg must now unlock the secrets contained in the journals of his now absent mentor Wick, the former Grandmagister and legendary hero known as "The Rover." He must also continue his documented but clandestine search for a trilogy of books, which brings him through many different realms of their very dangerous world and into conflict and contact with other races (elves, dwarves, and men) whose fates are all intertwined among the pages of the great book of Time.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 416 pages
  • 165.1 x 248.9 x 30.5mm | 703.08g
  • St Martin's Press
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0765315173
  • 9780765315175

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"Odom's bouncy, funny, cliff-hanger adventure is perfect for the Potter crowd, with enough puns, wry asides, and satirical send-ups to amuse Tolkien fans."--"Kirkus Reviews "on" The Destruction of the Books""In the familiar tradition of "The Lord of the Rings"."--"Publishers Weekly" on" The Destruction of the Books""Tolkienesque."--"Locus "on "The Destruction of the Books""Smartly told."--"Library Journal "on" The Rover""A charming fantasy ...a cute, smartly told pastiche of Tolkien and Terry Brooks."--"Kirkus Reviews "on "The Rover""Odom has created a likable, believable character who will continue his adventures as a newly promoted Second Level Librarian in charge of great books. Fans of the movie version of Tolkien's Fellowship of the Ring will be looking for books to satisfy their interest in weefolks. Readers will enjoy the wealth of creatures in this tale of magic, mystery, and self-discovery, and will stand up and cheer for this little guy who reaches for his best shot and saves the day."--"School Library Journal "on" The Rover" " Odom's bouncy, funny, cliff-hanger adventure is perfect for the Potter crowd, with enough puns, wry asides, and satirical send-ups to amuse Tolkien fans." --"Kirkus Reviews "on" The Destruction of the Books" "In the familiar tradition of "The Lord of the Rings,""--"Publishers Weekly" on" The Destruction of the Books"" Tolkienesque."--"Locus "on "The Destruction of the Books" "Smartly told."--"Library Journal "on" The Rover" "A charming fantasy ...a cute, smartly told pastiche of Tolkien and Terry Brooks."--"Kirkus Reviews "on "The Rover"" Odom has created a likable, believable character who will continue his adventures as a newly promoted Second Level Librarian in charge of great books. Fans of the movie version of Tolkien's Fellowship of the Ring will be looking for books to satisfy their interest in weefolks. Readers will enjoy the wealth of creatures in this tale of magic, mystery, and self-discovery, and will stand up and cheer for this little guy who reaches for his best shot and saves the day." --"School Library Journal "on" The Rover"
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About Mel Odom

Mel Odom is a bestselling writer for hire for Wizards of the Coast's Forgotten Realms, Gold Eagle's Mack Bolan, and Pocket's Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel book lines. His debut SF novel "Lethal Interface" made the "Locus "recommended list. "The Rover" was an Alex Award winner. He has also authored "Apocalypse Dawn," the first spin-off novel from the bestselling Christian series "Left Behind" by LeHaye & Jenkins as well as two sequels and another Christian military series. He lives in Moore, Oklahoma.
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3.84 out of 5 stars
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4 43% (33)
3 26% (20)
2 7% (5)
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