Sapphire Rose (#3 Elenium Trilogy)

Author(s): David Eddings

Fantasy Science Fiction Horror

David Eddings returns to The Elenium, the splendid fantasy series that began with the thrilling novels Diamond Throne and Ruby Knight.
Finally the knight Sparhawk had come to possess Bhelliom, legendary jewel of magic that alone could save Queen Ehlana from the deadly poison that had felled her father. Sparhawk and Sephrenia, ageless instructor in Styric magics, made haste to free Ehlana from the crystalline cocoon that had preserved her life while they desperately sought a cure.

But Bhellion carried dangers of its own. Once the stone came into his hands, Sparhawk found himself stalked by a dark, lurking menace. Whether the foul Zemoch God Azash was behind this threat, or some other enemy, even Sephrenia could not say--only that the sapphire rose held powers too dangerous for any mortal to bear. 

Restoring Queen Ehlana would be only the beginning of Sparhawk's mission. With the aid of four stalwart knights, one from each Militant Order, he must thwart Ehlana's prisoner, the Primate Annias, in his plot to assume the throne of the Church. For as Archprelate, Annias would serve his secret master, Azash, and deliver up to the dread God the one thing Azash thirsted for--Bhelliom itself!


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'A graceful, fluid style of storytelling rare in fantasy writing' Publishers Weekly 'Sparhawk is the best-realized hero in modern fantasy' Daily Telegraph

David Eddings was one of the original masters of epic fantasy. During a writing career that spanned more than three decades, David and his wife Leigh co-authored over thirty bestselling novels and created some of the world's most loved characters. The Belgariad, The Malloreon, The Elenium and The Tamuli series are among their most famous work.

General Fields

  • : 9780007578993
  • : HarperCollins Publishers Limited
  • : Voyager
  • : 0.44
  • : May 2015
  • : 197mm X 130mm
  • : June 2015
  • : books

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  • : 656
  • : Paperback
  • : David Eddings