Spellherder I: Blade

Spellherder I Blade The Spellherder Trilogy is the epic tale that introduces The Rillton Cycle a series of stand alone fantasy stories that spring from a mysterious wood near the fictitious Shropshire town of Little Ril

  • Title: Spellherder I: Blade
  • Author: David Lister
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Spellherder Trilogy is the epic tale that introduces The Rillton Cycle, a series of stand alone fantasy stories that spring from a mysterious wood near the fictitious Shropshire town of Little Rillton It is Jason s story, told in three novel length parts, that spans disparate worlds and peoples.Spellherder I BladeJason Elford is a young man on the run He has been ruThe Spellherder Trilogy is the epic tale that introduces The Rillton Cycle, a series of stand alone fantasy stories that spring from a mysterious wood near the fictitious Shropshire town of Little Rillton It is Jason s story, told in three novel length parts, that spans disparate worlds and peoples.Spellherder I BladeJason Elford is a young man on the run He has been running all his life but there is no escape from the insidious Shadows He sits in a motorway service station drinking cold tea when events lead him to the end of his lonely road, only to set him upon an infinitely dangerous one He had always believed the Shadows were part of his own, personal Hell, but he learns they are a threat of a much greater magnitude, where the Shadows are the eyes of another world power, and mankind is its prey.

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    1. David Lister's imagination takes some beating, and he gives young Jason Elford, the hero of this trilogy, a pretty heavy beating as he discovers the terrifying truth behind the Shadows which haunt him, and which is just the start of a journey through space and time. Treat this book as the first of three adventures to be read one after the other to enjoy the full value of a writer who creates exotic but entirely believable worlds. And beware, the characters and situations crop up in what is almos [...]

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