Crown Duel - Publication


Crown Duel was originally published as The Crown and Court Duel separately, due to factors such as the publisher's belief that there would be reduced interest among the young-adult audience if the length were increased by combining the two halves. The Crown and Court Duel edition contained certain references to Wren's world, creating the appearance that Wren's world and "Sartorias-deles" were the same. These substitutions of Wren's world were removed and restored with the original Sartoran references for the paperback and e-book edition, with added scenes.

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