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The Dark Lord's Demise by John White
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0877845212, Paperback)

The king of Anthropos has a baffling illness and is threatened by the Dark Lord who has troubled that mysterious land so many times before. Once again Wesley, Kurt and Lisa are drawn to this strange country by the wondrous Gaal.

Unexpectedly, an irritating neighbor, Betty, comes along with them. Despite the problems she causes--and despite being thrown into prison, attacked by a seven-headed ogre and lost in unnatural darkness, the group seeks to follow where Gaal leads. Together they battle Lord Lunacy in a final confrontation that holds the future of Anthropos in the balance.

Here is the stirring conclusion to John White's mythical adventure series that has been beloved by tens of thousands.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:18 -0400)

Drawn once again to the strange country of Anthropos, Wesley, Kurt, and Lisa battle Lord Lunacy in a final confrontation that holds the future in the balance.

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