Enchanter: Book Two Of The Axix Trilogy

By: Douglass Sara

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Enchanter: Book Two Of The Axix Trilogy by Douglass Sara
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Sydney: Harper Collins, 1996. 706 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. In this spell binding sequel to Battleaxe,Sara Douglass returns us to a world in the grip of prophecy and war.. 'Welcome Axis, into the house of SunSour and into my heart...Sing well and fly high and may nothing and no-one tear your feet from the path of all the Star Dance again'. Axis has fled to Talon Spike,the home of the Icarli, where he must learn to wield his Enchanter powers to fulfil the prophecy. Somehow he must lead the icarli and the Avar back into Achar, defeat his half-brother Borneheld and reunite the former kingdom of Tencendor under his rule. Meanwhile, Gargrael waits impatiently for winter, to continue his destructioin drive into the heart of Achar.. Reprint. Paperback. Fine/None Issued.

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