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A Triumph of Souls - Alan Dean Foster
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The truth is a riddle wrapped in an enigma--or sometimes in a nicepiece of hot flat bread fresh from the oven. That's my friend Etjole." Sosurmises the boisterous sword-swinger Simna Ibn Sind, one of three fantasticalcompanions that the seemingly simple Ejtole Ehomba has gathered in hiswanderings through the three-book Journeys of the Catechist series (preceded byInto the ThinkingKingdoms and Carnivoresof Light and Darkness--Triumph of Souls concludes the series).But as every fan knows (at times, unfortunately, to the point of eye-rolling),the self-effacing Ehomba only seems simple: Alan Dean Foster's answer toBaron Von Munchhausen is a modest, humble sheperd who talks with dolphins,fights tornadoes, summons man-eating sharks out of the air, and plays music thatwill make the snow dance. And that, predictably, is not the half of it.Fulfilling the dying-gasp request of Tarin Beckwith from book 1, Etjole isfinally getting around to rescuing the Visioness Thermaryl of Laconda from theevil clutches of Hymneth the Possessed, a very disagreeable sorcerer-type. Alongwith Simna and his two other companions, the big talking cat, Ahlitak, and thehulking man-beast, Hunkapan Aub, Etjole dutifully heads west to rescue thedamsel, but must first control the four winds, get his ship towed by ajet-propelled Kraken (for, literally, the price of a big cup of coffee), staredown skeletons, dupe demons, and all other sorts of such likable nonsense.--Paul Hughes fantasy epics,fantasy,fiction,literature and fiction,science fiction and fantasy Fantasy Epics, Grand Central Publishing

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A Triumph of Souls - gebrauchtes Buch

ISBN: 0446609307

ID: 3297247

The truth is a riddle wrapped in an enigma--or sometimes in a nicepiece of hot flat bread fresh from the oven. That's my friend Etjole." Sosurmises the boisterous sword-swinger Simna Ibn Sind, one of three fantasticalcompanions that the seemingly simple Ejtole Ehomba has gathered in hiswanderings through the three-book Journeys of the Catechist series (preceded byInto the ThinkingKingdoms and Carnivoresof Light and Darkness--Triumph of Souls concludes the series).But as every fan knows (at times, unfortunately, to the point of eye-rolling),the self-effacing Ehomba only seems simple: Alan Dean Foster's answer toBaron Von Munchhausen is a modest, humble sheperd who talks with dolphins,fights tornadoes, summons man-eating sharks out of the air, and plays music thatwill make the snow dance. And that, predictably, is not the half of it.Fulfilling the dying-gasp request of Tarin Beckwith from book 1, Etjole isfinally getting around to rescuing the Visioness Thermaryl of Laconda from theevil clutches of Hymneth the Possessed, a very disagreeable sorcerer-type. Alongwith Simna and his two other companions, the big talking cat, Ahlitak, and thehulking man-beast, Hunkapan Aub, Etjole dutifully heads west to rescue thedamsel, but must first control the four winds, get his ship towed by ajet-propelled Kraken (for, literally, the price of a big cup of coffee), staredown skeletons, dupe demons, and all other sorts of such likable nonsense.--Paul Hughes fantasy epics,fantasy,literature and fiction,science fiction and fantasy Fantasy Epics, Grand Central Publishing

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A Triumph of Souls (Journeys of the Catechist) - Alan Dean Foster
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ISBN: 9780446609302

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Aspect. Mass Market Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included., Aspect

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A Triumph of Souls (Journeys of the Catechist, Book 3 - Foster, Alan Dean
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2001, ISBN: 9780446609302

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Aspect, 2001. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Paperback. Sound & good copy, light to moderate rubbing/edgewear to wraps., Aspect, 2001

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Aspect. Used - Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear., Aspect

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780446609302
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0446609307
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: Aspect

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ISBN/EAN: 0446609307

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