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The Riddler's Gift - First Tale of the Lifesong (Paperback)

Greg Hamerton

Series: Lifesong

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The Riddler's Gift will appeal to those who enjoy epic fantasy, characters with emotional depth, intriguing systems of magic, and fast paced action. This story is about a young woman whose life is changed by the talent she discovers within herself. It is about music that resonated in our blood, a song which might still linger there. It is about reaching for power, and the choices one has to face. It is an adventure, a thriller, a fantasy. In a time when the world was ravaged by chaos, one kingdom remains; ordered, isolated, protected. Then Tabitha Serannon awakens an ancient power and the world begins to change. She is hunted for her talent. The Shadowcasters whisper in her ears as their evil closes around her. Soon the Riddler walks beside her, but is he on her side? She has a moment to learn the magic before she loses her grasp of the Lifesong, but the path she must follow leads into Darkness; into terror, treachery and desire. To survive she must give voice to a music that she hardly understands, an enchantment that will echo through all time.


Imprint: Eternity Press
Country of origin: South Africa
Series: Lifesong
Release date: July 2007
Authors: Greg Hamerton
Dimensions: 198 x 128 x 44mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 643
ISBN-13: 978-0-9585118-4-1
Barcode: 9780958511841
Categories: Books > Fiction > Genre fiction > Fantasy
LSN: 0-9585118-4-5

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Wed, 25 Mar 2009 | Review by: Vincent R

This is an excellent read, well worth it. Wonderful plot, with vivid realistic characters, a clever plot, and the underhandedness in the evil camp!!!! If you love David Gemmel / Raymond Feist, or Robert Jordan, try this, you will not regret. You will regret coming to the end, but all the more reason to push to writer for the sequel, I can not wait!!

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