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De Stenen Beer


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Catawiki number: 213043
Category: Books
Title: De Stenen Beer
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Literary collection: Luitingh Fantasy [II]Icon-information
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Series / hero: Dalriada
Author: Watson, Jules
Publisher: Luitingh-Sijthoff
Year: 2008
Type: Fantasy
Print Run: First edition
Type of book: Paperback
Number of pages: 496
Number produced:  
Dimensions: 15.0 x 23.0 cm
ISBN13: 978-90-245-5780-6
Language / dialect: Dutch
Country of publication: Netherlands
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Historische Fantasy.
Minna, een Romeins meisje, verliest haar familie en haar thuis en heeft geen andere keuze dan op eigen kracht de wijde wereld in te gaan. Ze gaat op zoek te gaan naar haar verloren broer. In gezelschap van de stamloze Cian, een krijger die uitsluitend aan zichzelf denkt, trekt ze door de wildernis van het barbaarse Alba, het Schotland van nu...
Submission date: 15-01-2009 03:39:11
Submitted by: essef
Last updated on: 19-12-2015 17:57:50
Last updated by: enigma
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Mint condition: € 20.00
Good condition: € 10.00
Fair condition: € 5.00
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