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Where Fate Leads e-book

Author:

Harry Howarth

Language:

English

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1530 kb

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Publisher:

Imprint unknown; First edition (November 23, 1983)

Pages:

272

ISBN:

0863600093

Where Fate Leads e-book

by Harry Howarth


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These are the memoirs of an insubordinate soldier, whose independent spirit helped him to escape from France via Dunkirk and then to survive years of captivity on the Thailand-Burma Railway.

Select Format: Hardcover. These are the memoirs of an insubordinate soldier, whose independent spirit helped him to escape from France via Dunkirk and then to survive years of captivity on the Thailand-Burma Railway. ISBN13: 9780708987391.

And now, thousands of years later, with Magic on the decline, Death, with the assistance of Fate must break the rules and intervene. They must send their chosen to intervene in pre-ordained events and save as many magically inclined individuals. No One 17 and Under Admitted. Popular tags for the story.

Published December 1993 by Ulverscroft Large Print.

He cuts me off before I can ask where Shilah is. He gestures to the mirror on the opposite wall with his eyes. Then where, Drew? It’s too late. He must know that they’re listening or watching us, too. Why are you hiding your defect, and why didn’t you come with us? Not that it mattered obviously, because we all ended up here anyway.

Howarth is a surname of Anglo-Saxon origin, most commonly found among families originating in the English counties of Yorkshire and Lancashire, especially around the village of Great Howarth near Rochdale.

Howarth is a surname of Anglo-Saxon origin, most commonly found among families originating in the English counties of Yorkshire and Lancashire, especially around the village of Great Howarth near Rochdale, Lancashire and Haworth in Yorkshire. It is found in a variety of different interrelated spellings, including Haworth and Howorth, and derives from one of two meanings, hoh-worth, meaning settlement on a small hill, and haga-worth, settlement surrounded by a hawthorn hedge


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