The Throme of the Erril of Sherill
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The Throme of the Erril of Sherill

by Patricia A. McKillip
Release date: 1973
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, childrens

First edition: Illustrated by Julie Noonan. Reprint edition: collection including the title juvenile novella and a novelette ”The Harrowing of the Dragon of Hoarsbreath” (1982), with illustrations by Judith Mitchell.

”ROAD WILL TWIST AND TURN THREE TIMES

...and on the third twist there is a hill, and on the hill is the black, crumbling, rotting House of the Doleman. It has great towers without doors, and walls like broken teeth, and strange shoutings come from within the walls. My mother says I must never go there!”

She shivered and smiled up at the Cnite, her eyes cups of firelight. ”But you must go. My bones feel it. I know this is the night to steal into a Doleman's House and steal his Throme!”

Damsen longs for the warm light beyond the castle walls. Brave Cnite Caerles seeks her hand, but her father the king has set a price: You want Damsen. I want the Throme of Sherill.  Find it for me and I shall give you anything you want. And so begins a quest that will wind from the Mirk-Well of Morg to the borebel pits to the Floral Wold to the Dolorous House of a dead Doleman and, finally, to the Western Wellsprings, where the answer to Everything lies...

(updated 2017-01-20)

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