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The Taker's Key
An evil sorcery prowls the land. The Oldwives are losing their magic, and an ill wind weakens the hiding spell that protects them. Worse still, Marwen is powerless to stop any of it. She must find the Key, the powerful talisman woven into her tapestry. In the deathlands Marwen and the Oldwives must travel to solve its mystery.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published September 10th 2002 by Red Deer Press
(first published October 1st 1998)
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As much as I love Martine, I wasn't expecting to be blown away by this book. The first one was great and the second one was not as great. This one though, made the other two really wonderful. The way she tied everything together from the first two books was amazing. This book dealt with some heavy themes and it really made me think. And she does an amazing job with her plots--I could never figure out what was going to happen (except for a few minor things).