The Key of the Keplian (Witch World The Turning Series #4)

The Key of the Keplian (Witch World The Turning Series #4)

by Andre Norton, Lyn McConchie

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Overview

All of Witch World knows to fear the hated, fire-eyed Keplian horses who lure riders to their deaths. All that is, save for one young Native American girl new to Witch World, who rescues a Keplian mare and her foal and discovers an awesome truth--the Keplians were created to serve light, not darkness, and to ride with humans. This is the first in a new trilogy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780759521865
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 02/15/2001
Series: Witch World The Turning Series , #4
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 204,922
File size: 394 KB

About the Author

For well over a half century, Andre Norton (1912-2005) was one of the most popular science fiction and fantasy authors in the world. With series such as Time Traders, Forerunner, Beast Master, and the Central Control Series (comprised of the books Star Rangers and Star Guard), her tales of adventure have drawn countless readers to science fiction. Her fantasy novels, including the bestselling Witch World series, have been popular with readers for decades.

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Key of the Keplian (Witch World Series) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great reading. The author draws you into the story.
jjmcgaffey on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
My favorite Witch World story - well, my favorite collaboration and among my favorites set in that world. McConchie really meshes well with Norton. I like Eleeri - she as a person, her reasons for crossing into Witch World, the way she deals with things there - she's great. The situation she steps in to and the caution and questions from all sides (hers, the hold, the Green Valley, the keplians...) are all very realistic - neither instant fellowship nor unreasonable fear/rejection. I love the Keplians, too - the entire concept is wonderful. Especially the way an established race was dealt with and greatly expanded (thank you, Lyn!). The part with the mist people was kind of irrelevant (she already held the hold, they could have given it to her for that alone without the ancient connections), but not bad. Love it.
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