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Arrows of the queen

Author: Mercedes Lackey
Publisher: New York : DAW Books, Inc., ©1987.
Series: Heralds of Valdemar.; DAW book collectors, no. 702.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Talia, a runaway Holdgirl, is chosen to become a trainee herald in the queen's elite guard and to care for young Princess Elspeth, heir to the throne. The sequels are Arrow's Flight (1987) and Arrow's Fall (1988). The author's Last Herald Mage series (Magic's Pawn, 1989; Magic's Price, 1990; and Magic's Promise, 1990), and her Mage Winds trilogy (Winds of Fate, 1991; Winds of Change, 1992; and Winds of Fury, 1993)  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Fantasy fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lackey, Mercedes.
Arrows of the queen.
New York : DAW Books, c1987
(OCoLC)568755555
Online version:
Lackey, Mercedes.
Arrows of the queen.
New York : DAW Books, Inc., c1987
(OCoLC)607882939
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mercedes Lackey
ISBN: 0886773784 9780886773786 0886771897 9780886771898 0886773113 9780886773113
OCLC Number: 35188960
Description: 320 p. ; 18 cm.
Series Title: Heralds of Valdemar.; DAW book collectors, no. 702.
Responsibility: Mercedes Lackey.
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Talia, a runaway Holdgirl, is chosen to become a trainee herald in the queen's elite guard and to care for young Princess Elspeth, heir to the throne. The sequels are Arrow's Flight (1987) and Arrow's Fall (1988). The author's Last Herald Mage series (Magic's Pawn, 1989; Magic's Price, 1990; and Magic's Promise, 1990), and her Mage Winds trilogy (Winds of Fate, 1991; Winds of Change, 1992; and Winds of Fury, 1993) are set in the same world. The Black Gryphon (1994), written by Lackey and Larry Dixon, is set in Valdemar 1,000 years earlier. Storm Warning (1994) is the first book in the author's Mage Storms trilogy, also set in Valdemar. Annotation. Talia, a young runaway, is made a herald at the royal court after she rescues one of the legendary Companions. When she uncovers a plot to seize the throne, Talia must use her empathic powers to save the queen. Talia, a trainee Herald, must use her untried psychic and empathic powers to protect the Queen of Valdemar and her child from a deadly conspiracy that threatens to destroy the kingdom.

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