Published in 2004 by Tor Books, this third part of the sequel to Five Hundred Years After is possibly the last 'written' by Paarfi of Roundwood, but hopefully not. The book has many parallels to Dumas' Vicomte De Bragelonne.

It was to have been titled The Enchantress of Dzur Mountain, to parallel The Lord of Castle Black and The Paths of the Dead; but the publisher objected on the grounds that potential buyers would not know how to pronounce "Dzur" and would thereby be discouraged or prevented from buying it. (I'm pretty sure this was on the discussion list, but I can't look it up now. --Mark Mandel, proprietor, Cracks and Shards 13:48, 1 August 2009 (UTC))

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