The Shining Ones (The Tamuli #2)

Author(s): David Eddings

Fantasy & Science Fiction

New York Times Bestseller


Years past, the Child-Goddess Aphrael had hidden Bhelliom, the Stone of Power. It rested at the very bottom of the deepest ocean, that nevermore should its awesome power sing temptation to mortal men.


Then a menace arose, a malign force wielding incomprehensible destruction across all the lands. To halt that force of evil, Sparhawk, knight and queen's champion, set out to retrieve the sapphire rose from its briny sleep--even as his foes sought the gem for their own diabolical ends. Sparhawk and his loyal companions must find the Stone and safeguard it, both from those who sought to steal it and from the horrors those evildoers had already loosed upon the world.


The most feared of all the monsters that terrorized Tamuli were the Shining Ones: dreaded, glowing beings whose mere touch could melt human flesh from bone. All too soon, Sparhawk and his companions found themselves stalked by those fell creatures out of myth. For the Shining Ones, too, had designs on Bhelliom--designs that would change the very shape of the world. . . .


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'A graceful, fluid style of storytelling rare in fantasy writing' Publishers Weekly

Born in Washington State in 1931, David Eddings grew up near Seattle. He graduated from the University of Washington and went on to serve in the US Army. Subsequently he worked as a buyer for the Boeing company and taught college-level English. His first novel was a contemporary adventure, but he soon began a spectacular career as a fantasy writer with his series The Belgariad. He consolidated his success with two further popular series, The Malloreon and The Elenium.

General Fields

  • : 9780007217076
  • : HarperCollinsPublishers
  • : HarperCollinsPublishers
  • : 0.306
  • : January 2006
  • : 178mm X 111mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : David Eddings
  • : Paperback
  • : New edition
  • : English
  • : 813.5/4
  • : 482
  • : (Maps)