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The River Kings' Road: A Novel of Ithelas, Book 1

Liane Merciel

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ISBN 10: 1441759239 / ISBN 13: 9781441759238
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Title: The River Kings' Road: A Novel of Ithelas, ...

Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.

Binding: MP3 CD

Book Condition:Good

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A fragile period of peace between the eternally warring kingdoms of Oakharn and Langmyr is shattered when a surprise massacre fueled by bloodmagic ravages the Langmyrne border village of Willowfield, killing its inhabitants--including a visiting Oakharne lord and his family--and leaving behind a scene so grisly that even the carrion eaters avoid its desecrated earth. But the dead lord's infant heir has survived the carnage, a discovery that entwines the destinies of Brys Tarnell, a mercenary who rescues the helpless and ailing babe, and a Langmyr peasant, a young mother herself, whom Brys enlists to nourish and nurture the child of her enemies as they travel a dark, perilous road.

As one infant's life hangs in the balance, so too does the fate of thousands, while deep in the forest, a Maimed Witch practices an evil bloodmagic that could doom them all.

About the Author:

LIANE MERCIEL lives and practices law in Philadelphia where she is at work on the next novel in this new fantasy series.

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