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Shadow of a Dark Queen - The Serpentwar Saga Bk. 1 (Paperback)
  • Shadow of a Dark Queen - The Serpentwar Saga Bk. 1 (Paperback)

Shadow of a Dark Queen - The Serpentwar Saga Bk. 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 24/04/1995
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The astonishing first volume in Raymond E. Feist's bestselling Serpentwar series...Ancient powers are readying themselves for a devastating confrontation, and a dark queen has raised a standard and is gathering armies of unmatched might. Into this battleground of good and evil a band of desperate men are forced whose only hope for survival is to face this ancient power and discover its true nature. Their quest is at best dangerous and at worst suicidal. Among them are some unlikely heroes - Erik, a bastard heir denied his birthright, and his friend Roo, an irrepressible scoundrel with a penchant for thievery are accompanied by the mysterious Miranda upon whom all must wager their lives. She appears to be an ally but also possess a hidden agenda and may prove to be a more deadly foe when the final confrontation is at hand...

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780006480266

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“Shadow of a Dark Queen”

The Serpent War Saga is where my love of Feist began. The book grips you from the beginning and you can't put it down. I wasn't disadvantaged by not having read from the beginning (Magician) either. The... More

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13th February 2009
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“Shadow of a Dark Queen”

A very enjoyable read. Raymond E. Feist draws you into the book making you want to find out what happen's to Erik and Roo as they deal with harsh environments and great adversity in a foreign land. I can't... More

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