21.6 x 13.8 pp. 486 pp. 1992 The fourth volume in the Chronicles of an Age of Darkess series
‘You’re right,’ said King Tor. ‘Those were but boyish pranks. So I’ll let you off lightly. We’ll have you birched in public today. You spend tonight buried up to the neck in the public dungheap. Tomorrow morning, we’ll put you on a boat. Three leagues from shore, you’ll be thrown overboard. That is my justice.’
Drake knew he had got a good deal.
What he didn’t know was that this was only the start of a long journey that would take him far from his home and his love – and that he would have to endure far worse before either could be regained.More info →
21.6 x 13.8 cm. 283 pp. 1987
The third volume in the Chronicles of an Age of Darkness series
‘Lord Alagrace said you’d help.’
‘Any oracle can give you a reading,’ replied Yen Olass.
‘I told Alagrace an oracle couldn’t help me,’ said the Ondrask. ‘I told him I wasn’t interested in a reading. But he told me you’d do better than that. He told me you’d fix it.’
‘What?’ said Yen Olass. She was genuinely shocked, and it took a lot to shock her.
So begins Yen Olass’ involvement in the life-long feud of the warlords of the Collosnon Empire. She was to witness war, madness and wizardry, and would play a greater part in the events of her time than a mere oracle had any right to expect.
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