The Seventh Gate: The Seven Citadels

The Seventh Gate: The Seven Citadels

by Geraldine Harris

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Overview

In the concluding part of 'Seven Citadels', Prince Kerish and his companions have been captured by the barbarians. A ruthless escape plan ends in tragedy. In war-torn Galkis, Kerish and his brother, Forollkin, are forced to part so that each can fight for the future in his own way. Disguised as musicians, Kerish and Gidjabolgo travel among the ordinary people of Galkis. Desperate to help them, Kerish continues his quest to save an Empire he no longer believes in. When Kerish and Gidjabolgo find the seventh sorcerer in the Forbidden Jungle of Jenze, startling truths are revealed. Kerish must face the last ordeal alone and discover whether he is prepared to pay the price for the return of the Savior.

'Seven Citadels'
This acclaimed quartet, set in the exotic world of Zindar, tells the story of Kerish and Forollkin, two very different brothers sent on an epic journey to save their country. Forollkin is a formidable warrior but ultimately the success of their quest will depend on Kerish's powers of insight and persuasion. As they encounter strange new cultures and confront seven immortal sorcerers, the brothers learn to question everything they thought they knew. Danger, death and love will reshape the future they are fighting for.

The unique Speaking Volumes edition is the first to print the author's preferred text. It is also the first English language edition to include the vital epilogue to 'The Seventh Gate', which continues the story of Kerish and Forollkin.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612320489
Publisher: Speaking Volumes, LLC
Publication date: 03/28/2012
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

Geraldine Harris is an author (of both fiction and non-fiction) and an Egyptologist. She has taught courses on myth and magic at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford.

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