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Stars of Quentaris by Michael Pryor
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Nisha (the fire magician) and her friend Tal are back in this fantasy quest novel as they hunt for a star that has fallen from the heavens and landed in Quentaris. But first they have to free Tal’s mentor, the strange musician Esbandalon, from the debtor’s prison in the Guesthouse of the Faceless Rin, as he has some vital information that can help them.p.31 the Entrance of Faceless Rin
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Nisha and Tal are seeking a reward for finding the star that's missing from the heavens over Quentaris. Tal enlists the assistance of his mentor Esbandalon and racing against hordes of other reward seekers sails a boat of fire to the skies in the quest for the missing star. Agess 9-14. (SA: Year 6 - Year 9)… (more)

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