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Silverthorn picks up shortly after the events of Magician. It's more of a quest story along the lines of The Lord of the Rings: mysterious assassins threaten the kingdom, and the prince disguises himself and goes on a journey with a rag tag assemblage (including some of diminutive size) to find a rare flower in a Mordor-like place, and the fate of everything hinges on this flower. Ok, so it's short on originality, but it's an entertaining story. I may have enjoyed it more than Magician.