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"I so enjoyed Wizard’s Woe But Merlyn’s Heir has far exceeded it with unexpected incidents and revelations on every page. This story has everything; fairytale; legend; history; love; lust; good; evil; adventure; story-within-a-story. I haven’t had so much fun in ages!" - Freda Gurr, Shrewsbury
Eighteen seconds …? Minutes …? Hours …? Days …? In the timeless life of the little kingdom in Weir Forest, it comes as a shock for Ann and August to find that eighteen earthly years have passed since the writing of Wizard’s Woe, and now an unexpected prophecy gives them less than ten weeks to find a new king, and rescue the fae before Dragga is uprooted, and the forest destroyed.
In the conflict and tension generated between Wych, Wychy and Queen Gwen over their separate approaches to resolve the problem, Myrddin finds himself in direct collision with the Queen when Merlyn’s Ring, his Mount and his Perfect Writings are discovered. Gwen, possessed by the ancient spirit of the sorceress Mergyn, claims she is Alder’s mother and that their new king must also be born of her …
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