Fionavar Tapestry Omnibus  Tpb by Guy Gavriel KayFionavar Tapestry Omnibus  Tpb by Guy Gavriel Kay

Fionavar Tapestry Omnibus Tpb

byGuy Gavriel Kay

Paperback | October 10, 1995

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Celebrated worldwide as a fantasy classic since the release of The Summer Tree (Book I in the series), The Fionavar Tapestry has conjured up sales of more than 100,000 in Canada, and has been translated into 12 languages.

No Canadian work in the field of fantasy fiction has ever come close to achieving the international impact of The Fionavar Tapestry. Now available in a single volume, this new edition of the celebrated trilogy is sure to create new worlds of Guy Gavriel Kay fans.

Guy Gavriel Kay, fantasy writer, was born November 7, 1954 in Canada. He studied law at the University of Toronto. He became interested in fantasy fiction while working as an assistant to Christopher Tolkien. He assisted him with the editing of J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Silmarillion." His first fantasy novels were The Summer Tree, The Wa...
Title:Fionavar Tapestry Omnibus TpbFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:800 pages, 9 × 6 × 2 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 2 inPublished:October 10, 1995Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0006479502

ISBN - 13:9780006479505

From Our Editors

When Guy Gavriel Kay's Summer Tree was first published, critics were quick to liken it to The Lord of the Rings. It was ripe with the same mystical elements and epic proportions as Tolkien's watermark. Then The Wandering Fire, the second instalment in the Finovar Tapestry trilogy, took things to the next level, bringing together warriors, wizards, spirits and other alternative beings to further the tale of five young adventurers on a quest through the mystical land. Everything came together perfectly for The Darkest Road, the series' absorbing finale. Now all three can be enjoyed together in The Finovar Tapestry Omnibus.  

Employee Review

FROM: The Best Book I Ever ReadWith life-like characters, an epic tale that gets better by the page, written in a style that Tolkien would be proud of, how could this not be the best book ever made? Kay has a gift for dialogue and description which draws the reader so far into the tale that it will have you laughing out loud and crying in grief (a cliche, I know, but accurate). The story, which traces the struggles of five people through a land beset by evil, gives traditional fantasy themes a new twist, and should be the book against which all other novels of the genre are measured.