Tuesday, January 30, 2007

It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!

From Publisher's Weekly

Last seen in Odom's Lord of the Libraries, the hobbitlike Grandmagister Edgewick "Wick" Lamplighter (aka "The Rover") and his protégé, Juhg, hunt for rare books for their library, unearth enchanted armament and barely survive their respective brushes with the evil Goblinkin in their rousing fourth outing. Grandmagister Juhg (promoted after Wick went walkabout at the end of the previous book) goes in search of three encrypted journals that belonged to Wick as well as treasure Wick describes in these journals. In a tricky literary maneuver, Juhg reads through the journals that depict Wick's quest to find all three of the magical weapons lost after the battle of Fell's Keep as if he himself were Wick. Filled with talking beasts, including a cat and a donkey, and quests that have a thousand years of history, this latest addition to this popular series is sure to tickle the fancy of high fantasy fans. (Mar.) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

5 comments:

Ron Simpson said...

Outstanding. I cannot wait to read it.

Katie said...

That is so great! Congrats Mel! That must feel good. :)

Bill said...

Congratulations Mel!I can't wat to read it.

Angela/SciFiChick said...

Rogue Angel: Forbidden City is available on eHarlequin today!

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