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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Prokliatye Bashni [and] Zapretnaia Zemlia
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Notes

  • Translation of The Cursed Towers and The Forbidden Land.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Moscow,
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Russia,
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Former Soviet Union,
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Eastern Europe, Europe,
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ACT , 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Forbidden Land, Kate Forsyth , 2000 single work novel fantasy

'After her adventures with the League of the Healing Hand, Finn the Cat finds life at Castle Rurach boring. Snowbound for the winter and faced with the prospect of being molded into 'Lady Fionnghal' by her mother, she pines to be on the battlefront with her father against the sea demons...But Finn's talents are needed elsewhere. Summoned by the Righ, Lachlan the Winged, she must embark on a perilous journey to the Forbidden land to rescue a rebellious prophet whose words can free a land enshrouded in darkness.'

Source: back cover (Arrow).

Zapretnaia Zemlia
The Cursed Towers, Kate Forsyth , 1999 single work novel fantasy

'Lachlan the Winged now holds the Lodestar. He and Iseult have been crowned Righ and Banrigh of all Eileanan and the Far Islands, but dark times still lie ahead...As Iseult's twin, Isabeau, seeks her own destiny beneath the glittering eyes of the dragons, Lachlan is struck by a paralysing curse. And Iseult finds that she alone must lead the country through a terrible and bloody war.'

Source: back cover (Arrow).

Prokliatye Bashni

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Language: Russian
      • Publisher: ACT
      Moscow,
      c
      Russia,
      c
      c
      Former Soviet Union,
      c
      Eastern Europe, Europe,
      :
      ACT ,
      2006 .
      Extent: 829p.
      ISBN: 5170371012; 5971322893; 5957841927
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