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The Wings of Merlin (Lost Years of Merlin, Bk 5) Hardcover – Bargain Price, October 1, 2000
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p.s. The similarities to the Star Wars films that were found in the first book are definitely not present in the final book.
His "Lost Years of Merlin" series is clearly destined to be a modern classic, an exquisitely-written epic saga that reinvents the legendary Merlin. "Wings of Merlin" is no exception -- it's a fitting end to a wonderful five-book trilogy, with its exquisite writing and an epic clash between the legendary wizard and the evil Rhita Gawr.
Merlin and his beloved Hallia are enjoying the peace after "Mirror of Merlin," shapeshifting into deer and romping under the amused gaze of Merlin's sister Rhia. But Merlin's powers aren't quite what they could be. And their peace is shattered by a vision of the Dagda, in which he warns Merlin that the battle against Rhita Gawr is about to come to a head. Dagda can't attack Rhita Gawr directly without unbalancing the world, and so it's up to a wizard -- Merlin -- to rally Fincayra's weird and wonderful array of races against Rhita Gawr.
Merlin meets up with his old friend Shim the Giant, and receives terrible news: His father, the evil Stangmar, has escaped his prison and is going after Merlin's mother Elen of the Sapphire Eyes. To make things worse, a sinister masked man with swords instead of arms is killing children -- and Merlin's spells don't work against him. Merlin must rally together the giants, the dwarves, the marsh ghouls, and everyone else in Fincayra -- but it may not be enough to defeat Rhita Gawr.
Until T.A. Barron's "Merlin" series, there were very few satisfying books about Merlin's early life.Read more ›
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I'm pleased with my order and I'm sure my son will be pleased also.Published 13 months ago by Bertram Wootton
This is the fifth and final book of T.A. Barron's "The Lost Years of Merlin" cycle, one of the earliest literary explorations of the famous wizard's childhood. Read morePublished 19 months ago by R. M. Fisher
T.A. Barron does a fantastic job of getting into the mind of Merlin, he really helps you see how childhood Merlin grew up and challenges how you think about adult Merlin.Published on July 8, 2013 by David Wallace
This book is a delightful story where the writers skills take your imagination on a wonderful journey to worlds long forgotten and hidden in mystery. Delightful for all ages.Published on March 6, 2013 by C. Shepherd
My fiance had the entire collection except this one. The book was in great condition and he loves it. Very happy with this purchase.Published on February 24, 2013 by Murph
I really like this series it's a great addition. I received my book quickly and everything went smooth. I would highly recommend itPublished on January 6, 2013 by John Wickham
This is the definitive series on the life and times of Merlin. T.A. Barron has created the world of Merlin we all wanted to know about. I love this seriesPublished on December 13, 2012 by K. M. Filkins-Sanders
After the rather disappointing The Mirror of Merlin (The Lost Years of Merlin Book 4) Barron gets the story back on track in a truly magical conclusion that does justice to the... Read morePublished on September 13, 2012 by Emily J. Morris