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Lirael / Garth Nix ; traduccio d'Anna Turró Armengol
Bib ID 4362232
Format BookBook
Author
Nix, Garth, 1963-
 
Uniform Title Lirael : daughter of the Clayr. Catalan
Description Montcada i Reixac, Spain : RBA La Magrana, 2005 
398 p. : map ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9788478712557
8478712550
Notes

Translation of: Lirael : daughter of the Clayr.

Text in Catalan.

Subjects Magic -- Fiction.  |  Fantasy fiction.  |  Science fiction.
Other authors/contributors Turró Armengol, Anna
Also Titled

Lirael : la guardiana de la memoria

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