Summary

Nobody alive knew how the feud between Storn and Hammerfell had begun, but that didn't stop the fighting. When Storn's men burned Hammerfell's castle, his infant twin sons were separated, and each grew up thinking himself the rightful duke of Hammerfell.
Conn, raised in the mountains by his father's paxman, continued to fight the Storns. Alastair grew up with his mother in Thendara and planned to marry his cousin, Floria. But when Conn came to Thendara to seek King Aiden's help, and the twins encountered each other, it changed all their lives.
©1989 Marion Zimmer Bradley (P)2015 Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust
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3 out of 5 stars
By Ellen Lingwood on 08-02-17

Disappointing!

This is a children's story! I've read and enjoyed the Avalon books. This is very poor. The plot is weak and the outcome so obvious that I expected a twist. There wasn't one.

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