Queen of Sorcery
Belgareth and Polgara have taken Garion and the other members of their party to follow a thief. They are in danger from the Murgoes and others that Garion does not fully comprehend. As they go through the different nations of their world they pick up more heroes to help them on their quest. They also gain a few people who are not heroes.
This is a time of learning for Garion. Having been raised on a farm all his life before this quest, he does not realize all the diferent types of people around. He learns about loyalty and bravery, foolishness and fear. He is learning more about himself and the secret that is hidden inside of himself.
He realizes in Pawn of Prophecy there is more to Aunt Pol and the Old Wolf than he had first suspected. More of their power and care for him is revealed in this novel. Garion is also experiencing the problems of growing up...having to come to terms with himself.
This novel is an equal sequal to Pawn of Prophecy. It is well woven. Aunt Pol and Garion have believable arguments that any parent/guardian will have with a teen ager. The adventures along their way help strengthen Garion's character. This is not a stand alone book. Too many questions are left unanswered. It is a great link in the series.
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