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Abhorsen / Garth Nix ; suomentanut Kaisa Kattelus
Bib ID 4351170
Format BookBook
Author
Nix, Garth, 1963-
 
Uniform Title Abhorsen. Finnish
Printer (Juva : WS Bookwell)
Description Helsinki : WSOY, 2006 
429 p. : map ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 951030980X
9789510309803
Series

Nix, Garth, 1963-. Old Kingdom trilogy ; 3

Notes

Text in Finnish.

Subjects Magic -- Fiction.  |  Evil, Non-resistance to -- Fiction.  |  Disappeared persons -- Fiction.
Other authors/contributors Kattelus, Kaisa  |  Nix, Garth, 1963-

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