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by William Horwood


Volume One of. The book of silence.

Volume One of. An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. But not you! You keep asking about Privet and the Book of Tales, and you evidently know something about it too, because you’ve been seeking information about certain other moles, like Cobbett and Husk, whose names are, to those who know about such things, also associated with Tales. So they’ve sent you to me, for they know I’m one of the last of the generation whose kin were living at the time and remember something of the facts, even though they know I vowed I’d never talk about such things again.

William Horwood (born 12 May 1944 in Oxford) is an English novelist. He grew up on the East Kent coast, primarily in Deal, within a model modern family-fractious with "parental separation, secret illegitimacy, alcoholism and genteel poverty". Between the ages of six and ten, he was raised in foster care, attended school in Germany for a year, then went on to Grammar School at age eleven.

Duncton Wood is the first novel of author William Horwood. It is the first of a six volume fantasy series of the same name. Duncton Wood and its sequel have as its protagonists anthropomorphic moles living in Moledom, a community in Great Britain

Duncton Wood is the first novel of author William Horwood. Duncton Wood and its sequel have as its protagonists anthropomorphic moles living in Moledom, a community in Great Britain. The moles do not otherwise make use of technology or clothing.

Duncton Stone (The Book of Silence, Vol. 3). William Horwood. This novel continues the story of a community of moles in Duncton which featured in the books "Duncton Wood", "Duncton Quest" and "Duncton Found"

Duncton Stone (The Book of Silence, Vol. This novel continues the story of a community of moles in Duncton which featured in the books "Duncton Wood", "Duncton Quest" and "Duncton Found". In this story a new group of moles has emerged - evangelists, led by a prophet who threatens the liberal tradition of Stone worship.

This is the sequel to the book Duncton Wood, where William Horwood first introduced the idea of moles and told us the tale of Rebecca and Bracken. Here we pick up the story with their son, Tryfan. Here we pick up the story with their son, Tryfan

Duncton Wood is the first instalment in The Duncton Chronicles, an unforgettable six-book series now widely regarded as a fantasy classic.

The climactic final volume in the Hyddenworld sequence, a lyrical epic fantasy adventure of bravery, loss and a quest for the impossible. Only courage can save their lands. Duncton Wood is the first instalment in The Duncton Chronicles, an unforgettable six-book series now widely regarded as a fantasy classic. Tolkien, Brian Jacques and Richard Adams’ Watership Down, this is a quest into the heart of nature, the redemptive power of love and the triumph of spirit.

William Horwood is a wonderful author who, in Bracken, Rebecca, Mandrake, Rune and all other Duncton Wood .

William Horwood is a wonderful author who, in Bracken, Rebecca, Mandrake, Rune and all other Duncton Wood moles, gives us characters who match any in fantasy literature. The moles are given human elements (speech and faith for example) and this makes them easily identifiable to the reader.

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Author: William Horwood ISBN 10: 0002236761.

This novel continues the story of a community of moles in Duncton which featured in the books "Duncton Wood", "Duncton Quest" and "Duncton Found". In this story a new group of moles has emerged - evangelists, led by a prophet who threatens the liberal tradition of Stone worship.

Duncton Tales epub download

ISBN13: 978-0002236768

ISBN: 0002236761

Author: William Horwood

Category: Fantasy

Subcategory: Fantasy

Language: English

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; 1st ed edition (July 25, 1991)

Pages: 512 pages

ePUB size: 1743 kb

FB2 size: 1341 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 549

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Anararius
A wonderful epic journey that we can become completely lost in. I love the many twists and turns that the plot(s) take. I would love to journey with these moles and learn more about the "Silence". A Great book.
Anararius
A wonderful epic journey that we can become completely lost in. I love the many twists and turns that the plot(s) take. I would love to journey with these moles and learn more about the "Silence". A Great book.
Unirtay
Steyn reyne in thine herte, Staye thee hol and soint, Me desire wot I none, Blessed be thou and ful of blisse!
The book was just as good as the others in the previous series, the Duncton Chronicles. I was inspired to read the following books - Duncton Rising and Duncton Stone! I recommend the books to anybody!
Unirtay
Steyn reyne in thine herte, Staye thee hol and soint, Me desire wot I none, Blessed be thou and ful of blisse!
The book was just as good as the others in the previous series, the Duncton Chronicles. I was inspired to read the following books - Duncton Rising and Duncton Stone! I recommend the books to anybody!
JoJoshura
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JoJoshura
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