The Kingless Land

The Kingless Land

A Tale of the Band of Four

Book - 2000
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Baker & Taylor
The Legend of the Sleeping King is the only hope for Aglirta, known as the "Kingless Land", a oncevibrant country that has succumbed to chaos.

McMillan Palgrave
Aglirta is known as the Kingless Land--once prosperous and peaceful, it has now fallen into lawlessness, studded with feuding baronies engaged in a constant state of war. The only hope for peace lies in the legend of the Sleeping King: destined to rise and restore peace when the Dwaerindim stones are recovered.

Lady Embra Silvertree is the sorceress daughter of a bellicose baron with an eye towards world domination. She has been imprisoned by her father who hopes to use her as a magical battery to fortify his castle. When a pair of good natured rogues attempt to steal one of her jewel encrusted gowns, they are quickly enlisted as allies to help her escape and, with the aid of a shape-shifting cleric, to seek out the Dwaerindim.

Blackwell North Amer
Aglirta is known as the Kingless Land, a once-prosperous and peaceful river valley under the protection of a noble sovereign, now fallen into lawlessness and tyranny. The only hope for peace lies in the restoration of the Sleeping King, but he has been ensorcelled.
A lowly band of four adventurers, thrown together by circumstance and adversity, must recover the legendary Dwaerindim stones to return peace to the land and save themselves from a fate worse than death.
A warrior, a thief, and a healer must turn their backs on their ordinary lives and join with the sorceress Lady Embra Silvertree - the Lady of Jewels - in a last-ditch attempt to awaken the Sleeping King and restore him to his rightful throne.

& Taylor

The legendary Sleeping King is the only hope for Aglirta, known as the "Kingless Land," a once-vibrant country that has succumbed to chaos, and it is up to the Lady of Jewels, Lady Embra Silvertree, and her comrades to find and awaken him.

Publisher: New York : Tom Doherty Associates, c2000
ISBN: 9780312867218
Branch Call Number: FIC Green
Characteristics: 304 p. : map


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