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The Witchwood Crown Audiobook

The Witchwood Crown: Book One of The Last King of Osten Ard

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The sequel to one of the best loved fantasy epics of all time, the inspiration for Christopher Paolini and George R. R. Martin.

The Witchwood Crown continues the story of Simon, servant boy made king, and his queen, Miriamele, 30 years after the events of the concluding part of the Memory, Sorrow and Thorn trilogy. In To Green Angel Tower, the might of the Storm King was conquered by the League of the Scroll. Now new troubles have come to the kingdom of Osten Ard, a world where humans, Norns and the Sithi can live in peace for only a little time before war raises its head....

©2017 Beale Williams Enterprise (P)2017 Hodder & Stoughton

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  • Rhyian
    7/12/17
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    "Eclipses MS&T"

    As much as I love the original series, I found this book to be so much more. I high recommend to old fans, new fans and general fantasy fans. Excellent.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Sue
    8/16/17
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    "A long awaited continuation of the Dragonbone Chair trilogy."

    This has a slow beginning as we reacquaint ourselves with the characters but is an engrossing story, leaving me anxious to continue the tale. Well narrated.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Neil Ellis
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    10/3/17
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    "Well worth reading and enjoying"

    It is rare that an epic fantasy is continued, but this is truly what many of us yearn for when a story finishes and the characters we have grown to know and care about are gone. As here, Simon, Binabik and many more return as older and wiser people living their lives only to realise all is not a quiet in the forests and mountains as they had presumed

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