The Death of Chaos

The Death of Chaos

Book - 1995
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Settling down to a simple life as a carpenter, Lerris finds his hope for peace shattered when the distant Empire of Hamor sends an invading force that is determined to conquer the entire world, and Lerris is compelled to test his magical powers

Blackwell North Amer
Lerris has settled down as a carpenter in Kyphros, where his wife, Krystal, is the sub-commander of the autarch's military forces. His fellow apprentice from Recluce, Tamra, now travels with the Gray Wizard Justen. Justen is over two hundred years old and is the wizard who destroyed the White Empire and the city of Fairhaven (as chronicled in The Order War), though at great cost. But the whole world is in turmoil, not only from friction between the island of Recluce and the continent of Candar, but now the distant Empire of Hamor has sent invading forces across the ocean, as they have twice in the historic past - and this time they mean to conquer the world. Gradually, but ever more deeply, Lerris is drawn back into action and forced to exercise and strengthen his magical powers to become the greatest wizard of all time - or see his whole world destroyed. The Death of Chaos is the culmination of the saga of Recluce thus far.

Baker
& Taylor

Settling down to a simple life as a carpenter, Lerris finds his hope for peace shattered when the distant Empire of Hamor sends an invading force that is determined to conquer the entire world, and Lerris is compelled to test his magical powers.

Publisher: New York : Tor Books, 1995.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312857219
0312857217
Branch Call Number: MOD
Characteristics: 479 p. : maps ; 24 cm.

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