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Witches' Brew (1995) by Terry Brooks is the fifth novel of the Magic Kingdom of Landover series. The plot has an usurper who claims to be from another world calling for Ben's abdication from the throne. Upon Ben's refusal, he soon begins to send several evil, magic creatures against him. During this time, Nightshade kidnaps Ben and Willow's new child, Mistaya, in a dangerous attempt to subvert her and use her innate magic
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бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. An acorn falls far from the treeFormer Chicago lawyer Ben Holiday was very proud and quite happy. And why shouldn't he be? The Magic Kingdom which he ruled as High Lord was finally at peace. He was free to lie back and watch as his new daughter grew. And grow she did-by leaps and bournds, shooting through infancy in a matter of months. She took her first steps and learned to swim in the same week
Brooks expertly reveals the motivations of each character, making them quickly indentifiable. While Brooks let's the reader in on the big mystery of the book very early on, King Ben Holiday is left unawares; which makes him often appear glaringly ignorant. However, his writing is so superb that it is a joy to read regardless of how inane the protagonists may seem. If Witches' Brew were published today, it might be classified as "YA Fantasy.