The Gate Thief

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The Gate Thief
Author Orson Scott Card
Country United States
Language English
Series The Mither Mages
Genre Fantasy
Publisher Tor Books
Publication date
March 19, 2013
Media type Print (hard-cover, softcover) and Audio book
Pages 384
ISBN 978-0765326584
Preceded by The Lost Gate
Followed by Gatefather

The Gate Thief is a fantasy novel by Orson Scott Card. It is the second novel in the Mither Mages trilogy.

In this sequel to The Lost Gate, bestselling author Orson Scott Card continues his fantastic tale of the Mages of Westil who live in exile on Earth.

Here on Earth, Danny North is still in high school, yet he holds in his heart and mind all the stolen outselves of thirteen centuries of gatemages. The Families still want to kill him if they can't control him…and they can't control him. He is far too powerful.

And on Westil, Wad is now nearly powerless—he lost everything to Danny in their struggle. Even if he can survive the revenge of his enemies, he still must somehow make peace with the Gatemage Daniel North.

For when Danny took that power from Loki, he also took the responsibility for the Great Gates. And when he comes face-to-face with the mages who call themselves Bel and Ishtoreth, he will come to understand just why Loki closed the gates all those centuries ago. [1]


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  1. ^ Orson Scott Card (19 March 2013). The Gate Thief. Mither Mages 2. Tom Doherty Associates. Blurb. ISBN 978-0-7653-2658-4. Retrieved 20 March 2014.