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   Wandmaker's Burden, The, by Benjamin Towe  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2010
 
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      The Wandmaker's Burden continues the Elfdreams series. The First Wandmaker and his followers translocate from their beloved Lost Sons, establish a new home in a great underworld cavern, and cross paths with. the mysterious Dream Raiders. The transplanted Drelves encounter Carcharians, Duoths, Shellies, Bugwullies, Pollywoddles, Boxjellies, sea lions, Mountain Giants, cave wargs, and sea elves. Yannuvia has drunk from the Cup of Dark Knowledge, sipped the Seventh Nectar, walked in the gray light, and used the Dream Master's wand. Mender's blood has touched him. 13 limbed monsters, perplexing enemies, steadfast friends, and seductive temptresses complicate the Wandmaker's life. Are Carcharians allies? Are Duoths enemies? How will the Central Sphere and its 88 satellites aid the First Wandmaker? What powers will the Omega Stones bestow? What of the mysterious graparbles and beautiful sea elf Piara? What is the cost of the Dream Raider's help? Will Yannuvia make the right choices?Can he bear the Wandmaker's burden?

     
     
      Part of series  
     
     
  • Elfdreams of Parallan (#3)

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  • Elves - Elven Lore
  • Giants - Trolls - Ogres

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