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Spellsinger. 1983 Spellsinger
by Alan Dean Foster
First Edition 1983.
Warner Books.
New York.
ISBN 0446903523.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Carl Lundgren.
348 pages.
Price: $2.95.

Notes
A Spellsinger novel.

First part of the Spellsinger series.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1987 printing of the Orbit paperback edition, ISBN 0708881106. Cover illustration by Tony Roberts.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
THE WIZARD’S WORLD

It was where beasts walked and talked as men, armed with swords and daggers. And it was where Clothahump, turtle and wizard, stretched his powers of sorcery to their limit, reaching out to another universe, seeking help to combat the force of evil emanating from the dreaded Greendowns.

And so Jonathan Meriweather found himself plucked from his peaceful university life and catapulted into a strange new world to become part of a very strange fellowship. Soldier and crusader, fighting with sword and song, he is the SPELLSINGER

 
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