By Garth Nix
The apocalyptic end to the New York Times bestselling Abhorsen series—an epic fable event to not be missed.
The Abhorsen Sabriel and King Touchstone are lacking, leaving merely Lirael—newly come into her inheritance because the Abhorsen-in-Waiting—to cease the Destroyer. If Orannis's unspeakable powers are unleashed, it's going to suggest the top of all lifestyles. With just a imaginative and prescient from the Clayr to steer her, and assistance from her partners, Sam, the Disreputable puppy, and Mogget, Lirael needs to seek in either existence and loss of life for a few ability to defeat the evil destructor—before it really is too overdue. . . .
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After which the Third Age began, a Twilight Age, a Medium Aevum, the first of the broken and changed world; the last of the lingering dominion of visible fully incarnate Elves, and the last also in which Evil assumes a single dominant incarnate shape. The Downfall is partly the result of an inner weakness in Men – consequent, if you will, upon the first Fall (unrecorded in these tales), repented but not finally healed. Reward on earth is more dangerous for men than punishment! The Fall is achieved by the cunning of Sauron in exploiting this weakness.
Sauron became thus almost supreme in Middle-earth. The Elves held out in secret places (not yet revealed). The last Elf-Kingdom of Gilgalad is maintained precariously on the extreme west-shores, where are the havens of the Ships. * But Sauron dominates all the multiplying hordes of Men that have had no contact with the Elves and so indirectly with the true and unfallen Valar and gods. He rules a growing empire from the great dark tower of Barad-dûr in Mordor, near to the Mountain of Fire, wielding the One Ring.
The oath of the sons of Fëanor becomes operative, and lust for the Silmaril brings all the kingdoms of the Elves to ruin. There are other stories almost equally full in treatment, and equally independent and yet linked to the general history. There is the Children of Húrin, the tragic tale of Túrin Turambar and his sister Níniel – of which Túrin is the hero: a figure that might be said (by people who like that sort of thing, though it is not very useful) to be derived from elements in Sigurd the Volsung, Oedipus, and the Finnish Kullervo.
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