Horris Kew, conjuror and confidence-trickster, had returned to the Magic Kingdom of Landover, and a chorus of disapproval rang in Ben Holiday's ears. Both Questor Thews, the Court Wizard, and Abernathy (the Court Scribe who had magically been transformed into a dog) urged Ben to lock him up or send him away. Fair as ever, Ben decided to consider ...Read MoreHorris Kew, conjuror and confidence-trickster, had returned to the Magic Kingdom of Landover, and a chorus of disapproval rang in Ben Holiday's ears. Both Questor Thews, the Court Wizard, and Abernathy (the Court Scribe who had magically been transformed into a dog) urged Ben to lock him up or send him away. Fair as ever, Ben decided to consider the problem rather than act immediately. Alas, this led to disaster, for Horris had not returned of his own volition, and been Holiday soon found himself in deadly danger to which only his lady, Willow, held the key. But Willow had disappeared on a mysterious mission of her own ...Read Less
Keith Parkinson. Very good in very good dust jacket. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 334 p. Magic Kingdom of Landover Novel. Audience: General/trade. H/C: Photo of book is correct. Clean white endpapers, #03996 dust jacket and illus. are by Keith Parkinson. A MAGIC KINDGOM OF LANDOVER NOVEL. Bright and shiney clean dust jacket.
Very Good+ Book. Signed by Author(s) A Nice Copy-Signed By The Author On The Title Page. First Edition, First Printing. Book Is In Very Good+ Condition. Boards Are Clean, Not Bumped. Fore Edges Have A Small Amount Of Shelf Wear. Interior Is Clean And Legible. Not Remaindered. Thanks And Enjoy.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book. Signed by Author(s) First ed. Very good/very good condition, moderate over all wear to book and dustjacket, ownership label on inside front cover. Inscribed by the author.
LIKE NEW in LIKE NEW jacket. FICTION. OCTAVO. SIGNED BY TERRY BROOKS This copy of the book has been signed by the author, Terry Brooks, in black pen on the title page. The inscription reads: "Untangled magic, Terry Brooks 2/97". This book is in like new condition and contains over 300 pages. The pages are rough-cut. The dust jacket features an illustration of a female mythical creature rising out of a lake.
Very Good in good+ jacket. Inscribed and signed by author on title page, 334 pages, black paper and cloth over boards with gilt spine title, color illustrated dustjacket in protective mylar cover. Boards lightly edgeworn, rear board slightly curved, front free endpaper has one-inch spot where surface of paper is missing, jacket is edgeworn and rubbed, spine ends and flap folds chipped. is.
Fine in fine dust jacket. 1994. Audiobook. Fine. 10 CD's-12 hours running time approx. Read by Dick Hill. Book four in the Landover Saga. Books are packed and shipped in boxes. Unabridged. Out of print.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. Signed by Author(s) 034538699X First print signed by author on the title page. Dust jacket is in removable brodart cover. Bubble wrapped and shipped in a well padded, sturdy box.
Fine. 034538699X Author Signed Hardcover. 1994 NY: Del Rey First edition, first printing, fine in a near-fine dust jacket (rubber stamp mark on FFEP, small nick to jacket back), signed by the author. Each dust jacket is protected in an acid-free archival quality acetate cover.
Fine- in J New jacket. 1st ed/1st printing, SIGNED by the author on the title page. This book is square, solid, unread and without flaws. The boards are solid and unblemished, and the DJ is sharp and protected by a Brodart cover. You'll be so thrilled when you receive this book you'll feel as though you've wandered over the hills and far away, beyond the fields we know...NOTE: the faintest evidence of handling wear, so faint I've had buyers email me upon receipt of a book described thus, remarking upon the fact that the book seems new to them--but I can see it!
?The Tangle Box? was not my favorite of the series, so far. To me it did not live up to the quirky fun and exciting danger of the first three books in the series. It seems to me that the story of Landover may be taking a turn in a different direction. It seems less fun and very much more serious. However, I still really enjoyed and liked this book, a lot! (Confusing, huh?)
Horris and Biggar are exiles from Landover, and when their scam of a wise man backfires, they are forced to return back to Landover. It seems that Skat Mandu, their made-up, imaginary wise man turns out to be for real!
Willow tells Ben that she is pregnant, reluctantly. She is fearful that he will not understand a fairy birthing is not what he expects.
Now Skat Mandu has his plans for the kingdom of Landover, and it?s involving the Tangle Box. The Tangle Box is something that the meager and lousy wizard Horris has had for a very long time, but has never been able to open.
The elemental, Earth Mother tells Willow that her child is important and special. The baby will have the heritage of three worlds; Landover, Ben?s world, and that of the fairy mists. Willow must collect soils from all three worlds to ensure her babies safe birth.
By capturing the three powers of the kingdom not only into the trap of the Tangle Box, but giving them new identities such as the Knight, the Lady, and the Gargoyle, Skat Mandu is able to open the kingdom to the demons of Abaddon!
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