Dark Age Book 1: The Devil in Green - Mark Chadbourn Reviews
Description:ISBN 1616141980 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Mark Chadbourn / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-25 by Pyr
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This book was loaned to me from my sister as she knows I like fantasy books. This one is certainly different from those I've read before. ===Genre=== As I've mentioned this is a fantasy novel. Based in the modern day, it has a very dark age twist. Imagine, if you will, life as we know it turned upside-down, when ancient beliefs and gods once again dominate the Earth. All modern technology, including electricity and mobile phones have been destroyed and Man must go back to farming to stay alive as the shops fall empty, apart from the looters, hoping something has been left behind. The Christian Church is under threat and mysterious creatures ... Read the complete review
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