The Demon Lord

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The Demon Lord

The Demon Lord By Peter Morwood The Demon Lord Despite being abandoned in the land of his enemies Aldric last survivor of his clan will not turn away from the perilous task he is pledged to complete Allies ride to his aid but even if he surviv

  • Title: The Demon Lord
  • Author: Peter Morwood
  • ISBN: 9780712609319
  • Page: 263
  • Format: None
  • The Demon Lord By Peter Morwood Despite being abandoned in the land of his enemies, Aldric, last survivor of his clan, will not turn away from the perilous task he is pledged to complete Allies ride to his aid, but even if he survives a madman s deadly sorceries and the precarious attentions of an omnipotent dragon, still greater evils await him on his dangerous quest.
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    1. Adon Coya on said:

      I liked this book less than its prequel view spoiler It feels that anyone the main character meets on his way tends to be someone important for his mission, one way or another even the ten years ago deposed heiress to the land, hidden away in an obscure village lost in the biggest forest of the continent The main character just goes around applying his knowledge, with erratic outbursts and killing sprees, combined with calm and totally thought out plans hide spoiler Although it was a good story, [...]

    2. Matt Turnbull on said:

      Interesting story Read this years before I became aware of the historical story that was depicted recently in the film Brotherhood of the Wolf Personally, I really like the character of Aldric, and thought this story did a good job of fleshing him out a bit , with a good background.

    3. Dantegideon on said:

      Relies on the main character alternately being invincible so he always wins battles and a complete idiot so he never sees betrayal coming and thus, drama Markedly less enjoyable than the first book.

    4. Jonathan on said:

      Summoning demons is inherently risky, this we all know, involving obscure mercenaries in your affairs at the same time can surely lead only to funeral directors everywhere rubbing their hands.

    5. Barry on said:

      Did not really enjoy this book Not nearly as good as the first I think I ll wait awhile before starting the 3rd

    6. N Scobie on said:

      Thoroughly enjoyable read, always enjoyed this book series from Peter

    7. Jeffrey on said:

      Very good sword and sorcery tale The sword fighting scenes are expertly drawn.

    8. Timothy Boyd on said:

      Very Good fantasy series Great main character and settings Nice read, Very recommended.

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