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Silverlance by Peter Thomas Crowell
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Silverlance (edition 2003)

by Peter Thomas Crowell (Author)

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Misrule magic, Midwinter's magic ... Byron Thorn's twelfth birthday is no ordinary day. The western wolves are howling and the animals have broken their winter sleep. The centaur Ravinath and his sinister followers are uneasy and the king's Chief at Arms is keeping watch on the Fencewood. The sign of an ancient prophecy suddenly appears, and before his Misrule's Day is over, Byron Thorn will be running for his life.… (more)
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Title:Silverlance
Authors:Peter Thomas Crowell (Author)
Info:Peter T. Crowell Publications (2003), Edition: First Edition, 273 pages
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Misrule magic, Midwinter's magic ... Byron Thorn's twelfth birthday is no ordinary day. The western wolves are howling and the animals have broken their winter sleep. The centaur Ravinath and his sinister followers are uneasy and the king's Chief at Arms is keeping watch on the Fencewood. The sign of an ancient prophecy suddenly appears, and before his Misrule's Day is over, Byron Thorn will be running for his life.

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In winter's deepest dark, a bonfire burned, a full moon shone, wolves howled and a strange storm raged. In the Woody Deep, as the people waited for the sun's return, a legend, long in slumber, woke.
And Byron Thorn is twelve at last; his great day, his Misrule's Day, has come. But for Byron Thorn, Misrule' Day is far more than a day without rules. Even his finest prank can't satisfy his adventurous heart. Even his signature caper can't measure up to his lofty standards, to the high expectations Byron has of his talents and his cleverness. What Byron needs is a quest of epic proportions.
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