Trance Warriors: The Siege of Scarn - Robert C. Auty Reviews
Description:ISBN 1904444598 / Author: Robert C. Auty / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Publisher: Apex Publishing Ltd / Set in a fantasy world beset with ... more
Trance Warriors: The Siege of Scarn - Robert C. Auty ... chaos and warfare and inhabited by both good and malevolent characters, including elves and dwarves, this first book in the ‘Trance Warriors’ saga follows the struggles of outlaw, Connor, as he becomes drawn into a battle between good and evil, part of his destiny from which there is no escape. Connor finds himself vying with both personal and real demons, grappling with a new role as a leader and protector, and learning how to develop and use his innate Trance Warrior powers to stop a bloody conflict and bring the opposing forces together for the ultimate battle on Middle Isle – the Siege of Scarn – against a hidden but escalating evil that could destroy the world. As the story unfolds, Connor discovers hidden truths about himself, the history of his world and the gods – the gentle Scarn, who needs an instrument in the world for good, and the depraved Scarl, the root of all the evil consuming people’s hearts and minds and whose Blood Cult is growing – but there is one final devastating truth that Connor must face …
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Robert C. Auty The Siege of Scarn: Bk. 1 (Trance Warriors)
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Customer Trance Warriors: The Siege of Scarn - Robert C. Auty Reviews (2)
by Trance Warrior - written on 02/04/08
Fast paced action, fantasy and adventure. The previous review stated that the first half was sketchy, I would say brief, and I like that as it gets you to the brilliant second half siege! Recommended to any fan of fantasy fiction and I understand a sequal is due very soon.
by - written on 27/03/08 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Heroic Fantasy is a sub-genre that harks back to Conan The Barbarian and is identified by the presence of warrior heroes, high body-counts despatched in one to one combat (whose descriptions form a big part of the text), intrigue at decadent courts, bloody evil cults and heroes of often dubious personal ethics that almost accidentally end up fighting on the right side. "The Siege of Scarn" has all those ingredients with a struggle of supernatural good and evil forming the backdrop. Connor, a Trance Warrior who can speed up his individual time and thus dispatch his enemies with even more astonishing efficiency, takes on a mission to kill ... Read the complete review
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