Series: The Obernewtyn Chronicles

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Obernewtyn by Isobelle Carmody1
The Farseekers by Isobelle Carmody2
Ashling by Isobelle Carmody3
The Keeping Place by Isobelle Carmody4
The Stone Key (Complete Australian Edition) by Isobelle Carmody5 [Australian Editions]
Wavesong (part 1 of The Stone Key) by Isobelle Carmody5 [North American and UK Editions], Stone Key part 1
The Sending (Complete Australian Editions) by Isobelle Carmody6 [Australian Editions]
The Stone Key (part 2 of The Stone Key) by Isobelle Carmody6 [North American and UK Editions], Stone Key part 2
The Sending (part 1 of The Sending) by Isobelle Carmody7 [North American and UK Editions], The Sending part 1
The Red Queen (Complete Australian Editions) by Isobelle Carmody8 [Australian Editions]
The Waking Dragon (part 2 of The Sending) by Isobelle Carmody8 [North American and UK Editions], The Sending part 2
Legends of Australian Fantasy by Jack DannNovella "The Dark Road"
The Seeker by Isobelle CarmodyOmnibus 1-2
The Rebellion by Isobelle CarmodyOmnibus 3-4
The Dreamtrails by Isobelle CarmodyOmnibus US 5-6, Equivalent to AUS The Stone Key
The Obernewtyn chronicles. Books one, two and three by Isobelle CarmodyOmnibus 1-3

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Please note the Stone Key was published in 2 volumes outside of Australia, as Wavesong and The Stone Key, hence the repetition

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