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The Tamuli

The Tamuli is a series of fantasy novels by David Eddings. The series consists of three volumes:

  1. Domes of Fire
  2. The Shining Ones
  3. The Hidden City

The Tamuli is the sequel to The Elenium. In this series, Sparhawk and friends travel to the Tamul Empire, far to the east.

Contents

  • Domes of Fire 1
  • The Shining Ones 2
  • The Hidden City 3
  • Special release 4
  • Characters 5
  • External links 6

Domes of Fire

Domes of Fire
The front cover of a 1995 Voyager edition of "Domes of Fire".
Author David Eddings
Country USA
Language English
Series The Tamuli
Genre Fantasy
Publisher Del Rey Books
1992
Media type Print ( )
Pages 480 (paperback)
ISBN
OCLC 28486517
Preceded by The Elenium Series
Followed by The Shining Ones

Domes of Fire returns the reader to the world of The Elenium and the adventures of Sparhawk - Pandion Knight and Prince Consort to Queen Ehlana of Elenia. The novel chronicles the journey of Sparhawk and his companions as they journey across two continents to the city of Matherion, capital of the Tamul Empire - where supernatural occurrences threaten the safety of the entire world.

The Shining Ones

The Shining Ones
The front cover of a 1995 Voyager edition of "The Shining Ones".
Author David Eddings
Country USA
Language English
Series The Tamuli
Genre Fantasy
Publisher Del Rey Books
1994
Media type Print ( )
Pages 480 (paperback)
ISBN ISBN 0-345-38866-6
Preceded by Domes of Fire
Followed by The Hidden City

The Shining Ones continues the adventures of the series. Having seen the beginning of the threats in the Tamuli Empire, Sparhawk and his friends launch a campaign to purge the majority of the offenders with the help of the feared Shining Ones. As events reveal greater forces working in the background, Sparhawk is forced to do what he never wished to: take forth Bhelliom, the Sapphire Rose, and wield it once again.

The Hidden City

The Hidden City
The front cover of a 1996 Voyager edition of "The Hidden City".
Author David Eddings
Country USA
Language English
Series The Tamuli
Genre Fantasy
Publisher Del Rey Books
1995
Media type Print ( )
Pages 512 (paperback)
ISBN ISBN 0-345-39040-7
Preceded by The Shining Ones
Followed by none

Following The Shining Ones, the enemies have been identified, and the cards are dealt. Queen Ehlana, kidnapped by the forces of Cyrgon, is held captive against Sparhawk's delivering of Bhelliom. The Troll Gods, freed in the climax of The Shining Ones, along with Sparhawk and the Younger Gods set out to stop Cyrgon as a greater threat looms. Cyrgon, desperate after his defeat, unleashes Bhelliom's arch-rival, Klæl, and Sparhawk, taking on his full role as Anakha, goes to face Cyrgon in the Hidden City of the Cyrgai.

Special release

In November 2008, Del Rey Books released all three books of The Tamuli in a single volume, trade paperback edition. This follows a similar special treatment for The Elenium. The single-volume edition features all of the original material of the separate books including maps and weighs in at 1040 pages. The cover is light blue and features a prominent picture of a crown on the front.

Characters

External links

  • Glossary of Characters in the Elenium and Tamuli Archived July 4, 2008 at the Wayback Machine


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