Item description for The Oneprince by Bill Hand...
Hunted by the villainous Solofaust, evil spirits and the armies which once protected his kingdom, Redaemus' young and bookish king, Quad,must seek the fabled Oneprince who alone can restore order, with only a wizardess, a talking rat, a handful of warriors -- and his mystical scepter, the Ruby Scion -- to help him on his quest.
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Studio: Xlibris Corporation
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.75" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.85 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2000
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
ISBN 0738804789 ISBN13 9780738804781
Availability 0 units.
More About Bill Hand
Bill Hand currently resides in New Bern. Bill Hand was born in 1956.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Oneprince?
Good book. Jan 17, 2007
I love this book and have read it many times. Although I can't seem to find the sequal. Does anyone know the name of the sequal or where to find it?
Great Story! Feb 15, 2006
This book was fabulous! It is an excellent fantasy tale. I wish they would make this into a movie!
Does this include part 2? Mar 26, 2005
Does this version include the ending of the story? I understand that one of the prints has part one and two combined. I too read the first story when it came out in the early nineties (?) and absolutely loved the book. I always wondered if part 2 ever came out and it sounds like it has.
Is this version for sale the complete story, 1 and 2?
Christian fantasy at its best May 18, 2004
I first read Book One "The Oneprince" when it first came out in 1992, at the age of 12; I loved it, eagerly awaited Book Two "The Hidden City," and, when the second volume was not forthcoming, eventually the book got tucked away on my bookshelf and temporarily forgotten. Occasionally I would wonder if the sequel had come out yet, but it was not until 2003 that I discovered the author's web site at http://www.infonline.net/~rapideye/bill2/ and found out that a joint edition of both the volumes had finally been published. I have just now finished reading the dual-edition, and it's so wonderful! Essentially, folks, what we have here is a sometimes tongue-in-cheek, sometimes fairy-tale, sometimes burlesque, and sometimes quite cinematic little parable of the Very Word. See, it doesn't take an astute reader long in Part One to realize that the Oneprince of the title--son of the Oneking Above--is the Christ, as incarnated (or however the logistics work out) in this fantasy world of Redaemus, with its Humans and Rats and Badgers, its Laws and its Demons, its King Pentatutinus and its squabbly Hidden City of Yerushela. It's not a perfect parable, not a direct analogy, but that is all the better as it deftly foils your constant games of guessing which character should be Judas, which Peter, which Mary Magdalene...really, they all take turns fitting one role or another. But you know one thing for sure: This delightful, unforgettable Oneprince, now that they've finally found him, is going to turn their world upside down! In a good way. I highly recommend the book to fans of fantasy, especially of the Narnia variety. Now that I've finally managed to read both volumes of the story, it's taken a permanent place on my list of favorites.
i loved the book Apr 11, 2004
I've read the book and it's awesome. To person in Philly, yes there is a second book, i got mine as a birthday gift so i don't where you can get, but it's out there somewhere. Please make all the books into movies if someone who reads this makes movies. It would be an awesome edition to the LOTR fantasy world.