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Pawn of Prophecy by David Eddings
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Nov 09, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy
Read in August, 2009

Young Garion, who has grown up on a farm with no idea of who he is or who his family was, is about to be dragged into a whole new level of reality. His Aunt Pol is more than he knows, and his mysterious friend Mister Wolf (who takes Garion to the tavern even when Aunt Pol specifically tells him not to) has seen more than Garion thinks. Soon he finds himself chasing something he doesn't know with a huge man from Cherek and a slippery, sarcastic merchant. The troop travels in disguise until Garion finally realizes part of what is happening and begins to find out what he can do and who he is.

Pawn of Prophecy is one of those books your dad hands you and you read it when there's nothing else to do. And then when you have read it, you feel like "Why didn't I read this before?"
Trust me on this; it happened.

Hey, If it's gotten from my dad's childhood to now, it has to be a good book. If you are a fantasy nut like me, you should definitely read this book!
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