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The Magic Ring:  Deluxe Illustrated Edition
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The Magic Ring: Deluxe Illustrated Edition

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Alternate Title: The Magic Ring; or, the Castle of Montifaucon
Author: Baron Friedrich de La Motte Fouque
Publisher: Valancourt Books, 2010
Valancourt Books, 2006
Original English publication, 1825
Original German publication, 1813
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Book Type: Novel
Genre: Fantasy
Sub-Genre Tags: Fairytale Fantasy
Heroic Fantasy
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It is the twelfth century, the era of Richard the Lion-heart and the Third Crusade. Along the Danube, the tranquil world shared by the young squire Otto and his cousin Bertha is changed forever when they witness a knightly contest for possession of a magic ring. Soon both are drawn into a quest that transforms them and endangers all they love. The resulting adventures lead each to different paths of enchantment and peril, from the mysteries of Moorish Spain to the birthplace of Norse mythology. While navigating an ever-changing sea of allies and foes, both natural and magical, the two seek love, honor, survival, and a ring that possesses more power than either can possibly understand.

A seamless blend of medieval quest, epic fantasy, and Gothic nightmare, The Magic Ring draws on an impressive host of inspirations, such as Germanic folk tales and Icelandic sagas, Arthurian romance and Gothic horror. This novel has earned its place as a text of considerable historical significance, and yet it continues to offer an exhilarating reading experience for the modern audience. This is, after all, one of the books which Inspired Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings!


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