Heartfire
(Book)

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Published
New York : Tor Fantasy, 1999.
Status
Aurora Hills - Adult Science Fiction
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Format
Book
Edition
First mass market edition.
Physical Desc
336 pages ; 18 cm
Language
English
ISBN
0812509242, 9780812509243

Notes

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Reprint. Originally published: 1998.
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Peggy is a Torch, able to see the fire burning in each person's heart. She can follow the paths of each person's future, and know each person's most intimate secrets. From the moment of Alvin Maker's birth, when the Unmaker first strove to kill him, she has protected him. Now they are married, and Peggy is a part of Alvin's heart as well as his life. But Alvin's destiny has taken them on separate journeys. Alvin has gone north into New England, where knacks are considered witchcraft, and their use is punished with death. Peggy has been drawn south, to the British Crown Colonies and the court of King Arthur Stuart in exile. For she has seen a terrible future bloom in the heartfires of every person in America, a future of war and destruction. One slender path exists that leads through the bloodshed, and it is Peggy's quest to set the world on the path to peace. -- from Amazon.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Card, O. S. (1999). Heartfire (First mass market edition.). Tor Fantasy.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Card, Orson Scott. 1999. Heartfire. New York: Tor Fantasy.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Card, Orson Scott. Heartfire New York: Tor Fantasy, 1999.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Card, Orson Scott. Heartfire First mass market edition., Tor Fantasy, 1999.

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