The Wizard Lord

The Wizard Lord

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Baker & Taylor
Having trained to become a Swordsman for the archetypal Chosen, who protect their world by overseeing the Wizard Lord, young Breaker faces an unexpected challenge when the Wizard Lord's dereliction of duty makes it necessary to remove him from power. By the author of the Obsidian Chronicles. 15,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
The Wizard Lord's duty is to keep the world in its delicate balance. He must govern lightly to protect his domain from power-hungry interlopers, such as certain wizards who previously fought to rule the world…But if the Wizard Lord himself strays from the way of the just, then it is up to the Chosen to intercede.

The Chosen ones are the Leader, the Seer, the Swordsman, the Beauty, the Thief, the Scholar, the Archer, and the Speaker. Each are magically-infused mortal individuals who, for the term of their service, have only one function--to be available to remove an errant Wizard Lord, whether by persuasion or by stronger means.

Breaker, a young man of ambition, has taken the mantle of Swordsman from its former bearer who wished to retire. Never did he realize that he would be called to duty so quickly, or that the balance of power in his world would be so precarious.

He had a duty to perform. A world to save.

So why does he still have doubts…not just about himself, but about the entire balance of power?



Holtzbrinck
The Wizard Lord’s duty is to keep the world in its delicate balance. He must govern lightly to protect his domain from power-hungry interlopers, such as certain wizards who previously fought to rule the world…But if the Wizard Lord himself strays from the way of the just, then it is up to the Chosen to intercede.

The Chosen ones are the Leader, the Seer, the Swordsman, the Beauty, the Thief, the Scholar, the Archer, and the Speaker. Each are magically-infused mortal individuals who, for the term of their service, have only one function--to be available to remove an errant Wizard Lord, whether by persuasion or by stronger means.

Breaker, a young man of ambition, has taken the mantle of Swordsman from its former bearer who wished to retire. Never did he realize that he would be called to duty so quickly, or that the balance of power in his world would be so precarious.

He had a duty to perform.  A world to save.

So why does he still have doubts…not just about himself, but about the entire balance of power?



Blackwell North Amer
The Wizard Lord's duty is to keep the world in its delicate balance. He must govern lightly to protect his domain from power-hungry interlopers, such as certain wizards who previously fought to rule the world...But if the Wizard Lord himself strays from the way of the just, then it is up to the Chosen to intercede.
The Chosen ones are the Leader, the Seer, the Swordsman, the Beauty, the Thief, the Scholar, the Archer, and the Speaker. Each are magically infused mortal individuals who, for the term of their service, have only one function: to be available to remove an errant Wizard Lord, whether by persuasion or by stronger means.
Breaker, a young man of ambition, has taken the mantle of Swordsman from its former bearer, who wished to retire. Never did he realize that he would be called to duty so quickly or that the balance of power in his world would be so precarious.

Baker
& Taylor

Having trained to become a Swordsman for the Chosen, who protect their world by overseeing the Wizard Lord, young Breaker faces an unexpected challenge when the Wizard Lord's dereliction of duty makes it necessary to remove him from power.

Publisher: New York : Tor, 2006
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780765310262
0765310260
9780765349019
Branch Call Number: Science Fiction WATT-EVANS L
Characteristics: 335 pages ; 25 cm

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