Fourth of Zelazny's Amber chronicles, a sword-and-sorcery series of resistible charm. The children of vanished King Oberon...

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THE HAND OF OBERON

Fourth of Zelazny's Amber chronicles, a sword-and-sorcery series of resistible charm. The children of vanished King Oberon pursue their internecine squabbles through the realm of Amber, its mirror Rebma, the visionary city of Tir-na Nog'th, and the ""shadow Earth"" in the vicinity of Albany. The narrator Corwin tries to unravel the intrigues of his scheming siblings, including a threat to the hieratic Pattern which is the sustaining cause of the whole Amber universe and some ominous hanky-panky with the Trumps through which the Oberon clan travel and communicate. . . . Meager.

Pub Date: June 4, 1976

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1976