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The Tamuli Omnibus - David Eddings
The Tamuli Omnibus
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The fantasy masterwork complete in one volume -- 1456 magnificent pages: DOMES OF FIRE THE SHINING ONES THE HIDDEN CITY Prince Sparhawk and Queen Ehlana are married and their union is blessed with a very special daughter named Danae. But in the Tamul Empire far to the east, unrest of paranormal... show more
The fantasy masterwork complete in one volume -- 1456 magnificent pages: DOMES OF FIRE THE SHINING ONES THE HIDDEN CITY Prince Sparhawk and Queen Ehlana are married and their union is blessed with a very special daughter named Danae. But in the Tamul Empire far to the east, unrest of paranormal origin is brewing. The pre-eminent Styric magician Zalasta suggests that the Empire look to the legendary warrior Sparhawk for help. Trolls despoil Atan in the North, and vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghouls and Ogres form a vast conspiracy to take over the Empire. Most disturbing of all are reported sightings of Shining Ones among the hordes. These luminous beings inspire more fear than the rest combined. While Sparhawk resurrects the Blue Rose and battles the enemies of the empire, Queen Ehlana is taken, captive, to the Hidden City of the Cyrgai. The City is protected by magic and by the invincible Klael. The ultimate battle must be fought. This spectacular trilogy is fantasy at its best.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780006483847 (0006483844)
Publisher: Voyager
Pages no: 1462
Edition language: English
Series: The Tamuli (#1)
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charlton
charlton rated it
2.5 The Tamuli...why didn't he stop with The Elenium?
I finished The Tamuli, it was a slow read,at one point I had to set the book aside.I think it is fair to say it is not as good as its predecessor The Elenium.I'll try to break it down,Sparhawk and his party are called to another country to help with their problems. This would mean everybody from the...
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Bryan Thomas Schmidt rated it
4.0 The Tamuli (The Tamuli, #1-3)
Loved this and the Elenium, which I read first. Just great reads, great fun. Truly one of my all time favorites.
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