|Runestaff, the (1969) [Novel]|
by Michael Moorcock
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The quest nears its end.
'As it is written: "those who swear by the Runestaff must benefit or suffer from the consequences of the fixed pattern of destiny that they set in motion." And Baron Meliadus of Kroiden had sworn such an oath, had sworn vengeance against all of Castle Brass, had sworn that Yisselda, Count Brass's daughter, would be his. On that day, many months earlier, he had fixed the pattern of fate; a pattern that had involved him in strange destructive schemes, that had involved Dorian Hawkmoon in wild and uncanny adventures in distant places, and that was now nearing it's terrible resolution.' from The High History of the Runestaff.
Original title: The Secret of the Runestaff
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Sword and Sorcery
This work is a subwork of the following works :
Hawkmoon (1992) [Omnibus Volume]
Author: Michael Moorcock