The Castle of Llyr
Dell Publishing Company, 1966 - 206 Seiten
In the imaginary kingdom of Prydain, Princess Eilonwy must leave her friends to go to the Isle of Mona for training as a proper princess. Because Eilonwy has magical powers, she is sought by Achren, the most evil enchantress in the land. Shortly after her arrival on the Isle of Mona, something sinister and secret befalls her. Eilonwy's loyal friends--Taran, the Assistant Pig-Keeper; Flewddur, the bard; and Prince Rhun, her intended husband--realize her peril and set out on an exciting and terrifying mission to rescue her. They encounter great forces of enil as well as private--sometimes painful--revelations in the course of their journey.
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Achren Alaw Annuvin answered Arawn Assistant Pig-Keeper bard bard's bauble Belin Black Cauldron book of spells Caer Colur Caer Dallben called castle Castle of Llyr cavern chamber Chief Steward climb cloak companions cried Fflewddur crow dared Dinas Rhydnant drew Dyrnwyn Eilonwy's enchantments eyes face fear feet Fflam Fflewddur Fflam flung giant glance Glew Glew's Golden Pelydryn golden sphere Gurgi hand harp horses House of Llyr Hullo instant King Rhuddlum light Llyan looked Lord Gwydion Magg Magg's Melynlas murmured never once pale poor tender head potions Prince of Mona Prince Rhun Princess Eilonwy Prydain Queen Teleria quickly raft Rhun's rock shoemaker shook shoulder sight silent smile Spiral Castle stared stones stood strange suddenly sure sword Taran asked Taran caught Taran cried Taran of Caer Taran saw Taran shouted Taran whispered Taran's heart There's thing thought trembled turned voice wall warriors YEARLING BOOKS