The stunning conclusion to the Runespell trilogy – a thrilling tale of magic, war and dragonfire.
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THE DRUID'S EGG
Whoever holds the Egg controls the ancient animals of power – kraken, wyvern and dragon. Whoever cracks the Egg unleashes these monsters on the world, unrestrained, beyond the control of anyone alive . . .
The three young Torra Altans, Caspar, Brid and Hal, are closing in on the immemorial hiding place of the Egg. Strange wild beasts that sense their purpose follow close behind. From Yew wood to Lake of Tears, spices and enemies pursue them. The Mother Goddess has promised that once the Egg is brought to their ancient home in the North, the starving hordes of Vaalakans besieging the castle will be driven back. But creatures of legend desire to be real, and time is running out.
The stunning climax of the Runnespell Trilogy is a magical and magnificent story of quest, battle and dragon-fire.
"An author who writes with intelligence, Jane Welch has made a very credible start in The Runes of War tangible characters and an intricate plot"
BRITISH FANTASY SOCIETY
After working in Heffers Booksellers for a short while and running her own small business, Jane Welch and her husband Richard left England to spend five winters teaching skiing in Andorra. Here she completed her first novel, The Runes of War, the first book in The RuneSpell trilogy, which was published in Dec 1995, The Lost Runes in October 1996 and The Runes of Sorcery in May 1997. Her second trilogy, set in the same world of Belbidia – The Book of Önd, was published by Earthlight in 1999/2000.
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Book Description HarperCollins UK, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0006482015
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