Corum: "Knight of the Swords", "Queen of the Swords", "King of the Swords" (Tale of the Eternal Champion, #4)
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Corum: "Knight of the Swords", "Queen of the Swords", "King of the Swords" (The Tale of the Eternal Champion #4)

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The knight of the swords --
The queen of the swords --
The king of the swords.
Paperback, 393 pages
Published November 12th 1992 by Weidenfeld Military
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Hard to see why people I knew at school were so obsessed with this. It's got a pleasing feel of old folk tales about it, and a few nice moments, but generally not that compelling.
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