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Description:ISBN 1841494232 / Author: Brian Ruckley / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / It is a godless world. An uneasy truce exists between the human clans ... more
Winterbirth - Brian Ruckley ... and ancient races. But now the clan of the Black Road move south, and their arrival will herald a new age of war and chaos. Behind it all seems to be one man, Aeglyss, a man whose desire for power will only be sated when he has achieved his ultimate goal: immortality.
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by - written on 23/10/06 (Very useful, 170 readings)
The Gods have abandoned the realm. Disgusted and disillusioned by the actions of those they created, they have gone to a higher plane in order to escape the savagery and warmongering they had never envisaged. Fast forwarding several centuries, it is the time of Winterbirth. The battles of old have faded into distant memories and at castle Kolglas, the thane and his people celebrate the passing of one season into the next. However, there is treachery afoot and with many of Thane Kennet’s armies either elsewhere or inebriated, what chance do they stand against the skilled and merciless Inkallim? Winterbirth by Brian Ruckley has a lot to live up to. Favourably ... Read the complete review
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