The Wild Swans

The Wild Swans

Book - 1999
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Grand Central Pub
A uniquely evocative novel of two eras, two outcasts, two journeys...

FROM THE OLD WORLD

England, 1689: Banished from her father's house, Lady Eliza Grey's one wish is to find her long-lost brothers. She does, only to discover them enslaved by a strange and terrible magic. Now, caught in a fairy tale turned real, she vows to break the spell and free those she loves -- even though her loyalty may cost Eliza her life...

TO A NEW WORLD

New York, 1981: Banished from his father's house, Elias Latham's one wish is to find acceptance. He does, only to discover his new family and friends falling prey to a dreadful and mysterious plague. Now, caught in a nightmare turned real, Elias vows to stand beside those he loves -- even though his faithfulness may cost him his life...

Two struggles. Two curses. Two tales. One truth.

Baker & Taylor
Two stories--one a medieval fairy tale and the other a modern-day story of a young man struggling with AIDS--mirror each other in the struggle to understand the seemingly needless suffering that must be endured by everyone. Original.

Hachette Book Group
A uniquely evocative novel of two eras, two outcasts, two journeys...

FROM THE OLD WORLD

England, 1689: Banished from her father's house, Lady Eliza Grey's one wish is to find her long-lost brothers. She does, only to discover them enslaved by a strange and terrible magic. Now, caught in a fairy tale turned real, she vows to break the spell and free those she loves -- even though her loyalty may cost Eliza her life...

TO A NEW WORLD

New York, 1981: Banished from his father's house, Elias Latham's one wish is to find acceptance. He does, only to discover his new family and friends falling prey to a dreadful and mysterious plague. Now, caught in a nightmare turned real, Elias vows to stand beside those he loves -- even though his faithfulness may cost him his life...

Two struggles. Two curses. Two tales. One truth.

Publisher: New York, NY : Aspect/Warner Books, c1999
ISBN: 9780446673662
0446673668
Branch Call Number: F KER
Characteristics: 392 p. ; 21 cm

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