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One warrior – to stand against all the dead. Untried and untested, can Sabriel find the power to guard the living when the Dead arise? As a child, Sabriel is sent across the Wall to the safety of a school in Ancelstierre. Away from the Old Kingdom’s wild magic; away from the Dead. Then, on the edge of death, Sabriel’s father, Abhorson, sends for her – and eighteen-year-old Sabriel returns across the Wall. Now it is up to Sabriel to take on her father’s role, laying the disturbed Dead back to rest with the help of seven powerful bells. But the evil which lies buried in the depths of the Old Kingdom will demand every drop of Sabriel’s power – and cast a shadow far into the future, which Sabriel alone cannot dispel. From master writer Garth Nix, this thrilling fantasy trilogy creates a breathtaking world of terrible monsters, dangerous quests and unpredictable magic.

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  1. katie
    on 12 May 2010

    Abhorsen triology

    The most inspiring triology yet! In Abhorsen; Lirael, a second assistant librarian could have never foreseen the future and where it would lead her and the disreputable dog. First she met Sam and Nick and finally the destroyer. Though it is the future she dwells on, it is only the past that can help her. She takes her possition of Abhorsen-in-waiting and walks the nine gates of death. Only there she can see how to bind the destroyer for once and for all, if only it was that simple. I am a massive fan of Garth Nix!

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