|Cover artist||Darrell K. Sweet
Carol Russo Design
|Media type||Print (Hardcover and Paperback)|
|Pages||292 pp (first edition, hardback)|
|ISBN||0-312-86906-1 (first edition, hardback)|
|LC Class||PS3551.N73 S86 2001|
|Preceded by||The Dastard|
|Followed by||Up In A Heaval|
The title is taken from a spoonerism for the Shakespearean phrase "one fell swoop," famously (but not first) spoken by the tongue-twisted Peter Sellers character in the 1964 movie The Pink Panther.
Cynthia Centaur and her companions must find the Six Rings of Xanth (Air, Earth, Fire, Water, Void, and the Idea) in order to find the Swell Foop and use it to rescue the Demon E(A/R)th from the thrall of the Demoness Fornax.
- Cynthia Centaur
- Che Centaur
- The Demons FO(R\N)ax, JU(P/I)ter, M(A/R)s, V(E\N)us, E(A/R)th and ME(R/C)ury
- Justin Tree
- Janet Husband; Jonathan F. Husband (2009). Sequels: An Annotated Guide to Novels in Series. American Library Association. p. 26. ISBN 978-0-8389-0967-6.
- Tom Dalzell, ed. (2009). The Routledge Dictionary of Modern American Slang and Unconventional English. Taylor & Francis. p. 715. ISBN 9780415371827. Retrieved 24 February 2014.
one swell foop noun Used as a humorous reversal of "one fell swoop" US, 1900
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