Split Heirs - Lawrence Watt-Evans Reviews
Description:ISBN 0812520297 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lawrence Watt-Evans, Esther M. Friesner / Edition: 1st Mass Market Ed / Mass Market Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 1994-06 by Tor Books
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Once upon a time the ancient and oh so refined kingdom of Hydrangea was conquered by a Gorgorian Horde...and a rather messy affair it was too. The Old Hydrangean order was no match for the brute strength of this barbarian invasion, and the magic of Hydrangean wizards was more of the over-refined, complex, graceful and lengthy variety than spells of a more practical and effective type. So, while bits of the slain wizards were chased down and tossed back into the pyre solemnly calling curses down upon the heads of their conquerors, the kingdom was irrevocably claimed by Gudge, fearsome leader of this uncouth horde. Much to the regret of former princess ... Read the complete review
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