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Black Eagle Rising By Kate Jacoby

Black Eagle Rising
by Kate Jacoby

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In this third book of "Elita", Selar plots to spread his iron rule even further, coveting Mayenne, his brother's kingdom; Eachern plans to send Andrew from his mother Jenn, in order to subdue his young bride; and Robert Douglas lays plans to free his beloved country from Selar and Nash.
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Black Eagle Rising: The Third Book of Elita by Kate Jacoby

The sorcerer Nash, grievously wounded by Robert Douglas when he wielded the Word of Destruction, destroyed the evil Malachi and razed Elita almost to the ground, has spent years rebuilding his strength and increasing the unholy Bond that binds the usurper King Selar ever closer to him. Jenn, though kept virtual prisoner by Eachern, her brutish husband, has had the solace of her son Andrew as he grows ever more in his father's image. But times are changing: Selar plots to spread his iron rule even further, coveting Mayenne, his brother's kingdom. Eachern plots to send Andrew from his mother so he can subdue his young, unwilling bride even more ...and Robert plots to raise an army and free his beloved country from the dual threat of Selar and Nash, the Angel of Darkness. The Books of Elita combine magic, politics and romance in a magnificent tale of betrayal and revenge.

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About Kate Jacoby


Kate Jacoby has lived and travelled all over the world; she wrote EXILE'S RETURN, the first in the 'Elita' quintet, whilst backpacking through the Middle East.

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GOR001420457
Black Eagle Rising: The Third Book of Elita by Kate Jacoby
Kate Jacoby
Used - Good
Hardback
Orion Publishing Co
2000-07-20
464
0575065265
9780575065260
N/A
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