The book of the sword
by Lake, A. J.
|Format:||Print Book 2007|
|Availability:||Available at 6 Libraries 6 of 6 copies|
In The Coming of Dragons , Edmund and Elspeth received magical gifts that would lead them into a perilous adventure. Edmund has the vision of the Ripente-he can see through the eyes of others, and Elspeth can draw upon an enchanted sword when she is in danger. Now, the sword is speaking to Elspeth, leading her to a final showdown with an ancient god, bound inside a mountain. The journey into the Snowlands will be fraught with dangers, from terrifying dragons to haunting ice spirits and these two unlikely heroes musttogether decide who they can trust and who means them harm. Elspeth's magical sword has brought them closer to their destiny than they realize, and it's up to them to succeed-at all costs.
|Series||Lake, A. J. Darkest age ; bk. 2.|
-- (Norse deity)
-- Juvenile fiction.
Loki -- (Norse deity) -- Fiction.
Magic -- Juvenile fiction.
Swords -- Juvenile fiction.
Dragons -- Juvenile fiction.
Magic -- Fiction.
Swords -- Fiction.
Dragons -- Fiction.
Europe -- History -- 392-814 -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| New York :Bloomsbury U.S.A. Children's Books :2007
Distributed to the trade by Holtzbrinck,
|Edition||1st U.S. ed.|
233 pages ; 21 cm.