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The One Tree. 1982 The One Tree
by Stephen Donaldson
First British Paperback Edition 1982.
Fontana Books / William Collins Sons & Co.
London / Glasgow.
ISBN 0006163831.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Peter Goodfellow.
480 pages.
Price: £1.95.

Notes
The One Tree, a Thomas Covenant novel by Stephen Donaldson.

Part 2 of The Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant.

First published by Del Rey / Ballantine in 1982.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Thomas Covenant and Linden Avery flee from the Land, and embark with the Giants on a desperate search for The One Tree, the powerful life-force whose branches alone can re-make the staff of Law.

They leave the Sunbane-ravaged shores they know for a new world where awesome creatures attack them at sea -- and strangely powerful new races both welcome and threaten them on Land.

Lord Foul sends his Ravers to harry Covenant and all who help him. Before them lies the prize that can vanquish the Sunbane -- or wreak the devastation that Lord Foul seeks . . .

 
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