Title attributed to Andre Norton

 

 

Three Against the Witch World

& # 3 in the Witch World ~ Estcarp series

 

Bibliography ~

¯  (1965) * Published by ACE, PB, # F-332, $0.40, 189pg ~ cover by Jack Gaughan ~ 1972-78 covers by Harry Borgman, 1986 cover by John Pound

¯  (1970) * Published by Tandem, PB, 0-426-05039-8, £ 5s (60p), 192pg ~ UK printing ~ cover by Philip Castle

¯  (1977) * Published by Gregg Press, HC, 0-839-82358-4, LCCN 77023202, $7.95, 189pg ~ As Witch World 3: Three Against The Witch World ~ Dust Jacket and Text Art by Jack Gaughan, Frontmatter by Alice Phalen, Endpaper Maps by Barbi Johnson {Binding: 5.625 x 8.25 - Dark Blue Cloth Boards with Gold Lettering} ~ See Gregg Press Page for list of complete set.

¯  (1977) * Published by G Prior, HC, 0-860-43071-5, £4.95, 200pg ~ UK printing ~ This Edition is an identical copy of the Gregg Press release with the exception of the Title & Copyright Page.

¯  (1978) * Published by Universal, PB, 0-426-05039-8, £0.75, 191pg ~ UK printing ~ cover by Rodney Mathews

¯  (1987) * Published by Gollancz, PB, 0-575-03998-1,  £2.50, 191pg ~ UK printing ~ cover by Mike Posen

¯  Chronicles of the Witch World (1998) * Published by SFBC, HC, # 20044, $14.98, 522pg ~ cover by Gary A. Lippincott  ~ Omnibus containing Three Against the Witch World (1965), Warlock of the Witch World (1967) & Sorceress of the Witch World (1968)

¯  Lost Lands of Witch World (2004) * Published by TOR, HC, 0-765-30052-4, LCCN 2003071153, $27.95, 445pg ~ cover by Daniel Dos Santos ~ Omnibus containing Three Against the Witch World (1965), Warlock of the Witch World (1967) & Sorceress of the Witch World (1968)

 

Non English Editions ~

¯  (1997) Published in Plzeň, Czech Republic; by Laser, PB, 80-7193-025-3, 198pg ~ cover by Steve Crisp ~ translation by Pavel Grigar ~ Czech Title Svět čarodějnic 3: Tři proti světu čarodejnic

¯  (1996) Published in Paris, France; by Pocket, PB, 22-660-6282-4, 222pg ~ translation by Gille Dupreux ~ cover by Chistophe Kro ~ French Title Les montagnes de

¯  (1975) Published in Rastatt, Germany; by Pabel, Terra Fantasy 9, 145pg ~ translation by Susi-Maria Rödiger ~ German title Bannkreis des Bösen

¯  (1986) Published in Rastatt, Germany; in Moewig, TB 11, 161pg ~ German title Bannkreis des Bösen

¯  (1986) Published in Rastatt, Germany; in Moewig, 38-118-3811-3, SF 3832, 161pg ~ translation by Susi-Maria Rödiger ~ German title Bannkreis des Bösen

¯  (1991) Published in Germany; 38-118-3832-6 ~ translation by Susi-Maria Rödiger ~ German title Bannkreis des Bösen

¯  (1979) Published in Bologna, Italy; by Libra Editrice, I Classici della Fantascienza, n. 37, 400pg ~ translation by Roberta Rambelli ~ illustrated by Allison ~ Omnibus containing La rete del mondo delle streghe [Web of the Witch World] and Tre contro il mondo delle streghe [Three Against the Witch World]

¯  (1977) Published in Tokyo, Japan; by Sogensya, 44-886-0204-8, 298pg ~ translation by Enoki Rin ~ Cover by Ichiro Takebe ~ Japanese title 魔法の世界の三兄妹

¯  (1995) Published in Kaunus, Lithuania; by Eridanas, 99-864-8620-3, 224pg ~ translation by John Bulovas ~ Lithuanian title Trise prieš raganų pasaulį

¯  (1991) Published in Warsaw, Poland; by Amber, 83-850-7951-3, 207pg ~ translation by by Ewa Witecka ~ cover by Steve Crisp ~ Polish title Troje przeciw Światu Czarownic

¯  (1992) Combined with "Warlock of the Witch World" and "Sorceress of the Witch World" ~ Published in St. Petersburg, by Severo-Zapad (North-West), 5-835-20013-7, HC, 608pg ~ translation by Anatoly Pakhomov, Natalia Lebedeva and Alla Smirnova ~ cover by Denis Gordeev ~ Russian title Трое против Колдовского Мира [Three Agains the Witch World]

¯  (1992) Combined with "Witch World", "Web of the Witch World" and "Warlock of the Witch World" ~ Published in Novosibirsk, by EYA, 5-872-16034-8, HC, 512pg ~ Russian title Колдовской мир [Witch World]

¯  (1993) Combined with "Warlock of the Witch World" and "Sorceress of the Witch World" ~ Published in Angarsk, by Amber and Zelenograd, by Zelenogradskaya Books, 5-863-14011-9, HC, 512pg ~ Russian title Колдовской мир [Witch World]

¯  (1999) and (2004) Combined with "Witch World" and "Web of the Witch World" ~ Published in Moscow, by AST, 5-237-03206-5 and 5-170-06013-0, HC, 544pg ~ translation by A. Grusberg and Oleg Kolesnikov ~ cover by Luis Royo ~ Russian title Колдовской мир. Паутина Колдовского мира. Трое против Колдовского мира.

¯  (2004) Combined with "Witch World" translation by Sergey Stepanov, "Web of the Witch World" translation by A. Pakhomov, "Warlock of the Witch World" translation by N. I. Lebedev and "Sorceress of the Witch World" translation by A. Smirnova ~ Published in Moscow, by Eksmo and St. Petersburg, by Domino, 5-699-06536-9, HC, 848pg ~ "Three Against the Witch World" translation by A. Pakhomov ~ cover by I. Zhmaylova and Y. Katashinskaya ~ Russian title Колдовской мир [Witch World]

¯  (2005) Combined with "Witch World", "Web of the Witch World", "Warlock of the Witch World", "Sorceress of the Witch World" and "Year of the Unicorn" ~ Published in Moscow, by Ermak and AST, 5-170-26909-9 and 5-957-71700-2, HC, 976pg ~ translation by A. Grusberg and Oleg Kolesnikov ~ Cover by Luis Royo ~ Russian title Колдовской Мир [Witch World]

¯  (2005) Combined with "Witch World", Web of the Witch World", "Warlock of the Witch World", "Sorceress of the Witch World" and "Year of the Unicorn" ~ Published in Moscow by AST, 5-170-26911-0 and 5-957-71699-5, HC , 976pg ~ translation by A. Grusberg and Oleg Kolesnikov ~ LIMITED to 2000 copies ~ Russian title Колдовской Мир [Witch World]

 

Synopsis ~

North, East, South, West…The offspring of Simon Tregarth, half earthling, half witch-brood, realized that they alone could perceive the four directions – for everyone else, there was no east! It was blank in the mind, a blank in legend and history. And when new menaces threatened, the Tregarths realized that in that mental barrier there lay the key to all their world…somewhere to the unknown eastward must lie the sorcery that had secretly molded their destinies! This is the story of Simon and Jaelithe's children: Kyllan, Kemoc, and Kaththea, who were born at one birth. When Simon and Jaelithe disappear after seeking out a new nest of Kolder, the children are left in the care of Koris and Loyse. When the brothers are fighting on the border, the Witches seize Kaththea as one of their own. The brothers are determined to free her, but must use cunning or risk the wrath of the Witches. As the Witches gather their Power to Turn the Mountains, Kyllan and Kemoc free their sister and flee to the West. There they rediscover Escore and accidentally stir up the Powers that lie there.

 

                                   

 

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