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Robert Newcomb The Gates of Dawn. For my parents, Harry and Muriel. Blessed are the children of endowed blood. Many thanks must go to those who helped make this, the second of my books, all it could be. And to my publicist, Colleen Lindsay, and all the other folks at Del Rey who have helped make this series a success.
Robert Newcomb travelled widely in his youth as a member of the American Institute for Foreign Study. He now lives in Florida. The Fifth Sorceress marked his début and is the first book in 'The Chronicles of Blood and Stone' trilogy
Robert Newcomb travelled widely in his youth as a member of the American Institute for Foreign Study. The Fifth Sorceress marked his début and is the first book in 'The Chronicles of Blood and Stone' trilogy. The second volume, The Gates of Dawn, is also published in Bantam paperback and the concluding novel, The Scrolls of the Ancients, in Bantam Press trade paperback. Библиографические данные.
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Robert Newcomb is the author of a series of fantasy novels published by Del Rey Books. The Gates of Dawn (2003), ISBN 0-345-44894-4. The Scrolls of the Ancients (2004), ISBN 0-345-44896-0. Savage Messiah (2005), ISBN 0-345-47707-3. A March into Darkness (2007), ISBN 978-0-345-47709-5.
The Gates of Dawn book. The Gates of Dawn, sequel to Robert Newcomb's debut, "The Fifth Sorceress", is somewhat repetitive and clunky, but significantly superior to its predecessor. Most epic fantasy fans will thrill to the sequel's action-packed plot and Newcomb's vivid imagination.
Gates Of Dawn Newcomb, Robert Random House 9780553824926 : For three hundred years, Eutracia was a. .With the destruction of the Gates of Dawn, it would appear that the ravaged kingdom of Eutracia has been given the chance to cleanse itself.
Gates Of Dawn Newcomb, Robert Random House 9780553824926 : For three hundred years, Eutracia was a kingdom at peace.
The Gates of Dawn, sequel to Robert Newcomb's debut, The Fifth Sorceress, is somewhat repetitive and clunky, but .
The Gates of Dawn, sequel to Robert Newcomb's debut, The Fifth Sorceress, is somewhat repetitive and clunky, but significantly superior to its predecessor. Gates Of Dawn For three centuries, Eutracia was at peace, ruled by a benevolent king and governed by a council of wizards, but a horror from the past, long believed vanquished, returned with a devastating fury. Sound like good stuff? You'll enjoy this book. Highly recommended for fans of Robert Newcomb. Gunner December 2007. Great book, better than the first.
And now, for all those spellbound by the tale of Prince.
And now, for all those spellbound by the tale of Prince Tristan, heir to the throne of Eutracia, his twin sister Princess Shailiha, the ancient wizard Wigg, and the fate of their enchanted land, there is indeed moremuch moreto be told. THE GATES OF DAWNFor three centuries, Eutracia was a kingdom at peace, ruled by a benevolent monarchy and guided by a council of wizards.
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group) (July 5, 2004)
Pages: 672 pages