|Voice for Princess, a (1986) [Novel]|
by John Morressy
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(From the publisher):
Wizardry sure isn't what it used to be. Spells don't seem as potent, and there's been a general decline in quality of wizards practicing the craft. But when the Wizards' Guild votes to open its meetings to alchemists—as far as Kedrigern is concerned, that's the last straw.
Leaving the Guild meeting in a snit, Kedrigern—master magician and purveyor of counterspells—bids adieu to his conjuring comrads to pursue a life of quiet contemplation and study. However, he soon finds just how lonely such a life can be—even with a helpful house-troll named Spot for company.
What's a 160-year-old bachelor to do? The social scene on Silent Thunder Mountain is in the pits. And Kedrigern is decidedly too young to even contemplate marriage—by wizardly standards, of course. It's not until after much thought that that our humble hero resolves himself to marriage...and so begins his quest for a bride. But will Kedrigern rush into wedlock with the first enchanted princess who speaks up?
Original title: A Voice for Princess
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Humorous