The Army of the Undead

The Army of the Undead An undead horde a do or die mission immortal beings that will stop at nothing to end the world a tale full of non stop adventure When the resurrected corpse of a prophet reveals that the Tablet of B

  • Title: The Army of the Undead
  • Author: Stuart Daly
  • ISBN: 9781742750552
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • An undead horde, a do or die mission, immortal beings that will stop at nothing to end the world a tale full of non stop adventure When the resurrected corpse of a prophet reveals that the Tablet of Breaking a device which, when activated, will destroy the world lies hidden in a lost city, Jakob and his companions are sent to locate the Tablet before it falls into the handAn undead horde, a do or die mission, immortal beings that will stop at nothing to end the world a tale full of non stop adventure When the resurrected corpse of a prophet reveals that the Tablet of Breaking a device which, when activated, will destroy the world lies hidden in a lost city, Jakob and his companions are sent to locate the Tablet before it falls into the hands of the Watchers, four fallen angels who have roamed the earth for millennia Pursued by an army of undead, the mission is a desperate race against time From the cliff top monasteries of Meteora to a trap riddled mausoleum lying at the bottom of the Dead Sea, the Hexenj ger must stay one step ahead of the fallen angels for the cost of failure will mean Armageddon

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    1. I dont know what it is about these books, but there's something. that i just purely enjoy about them. The swash buckling, old school hand-to-hand fighting of monsters and devil spawn is just awesome. I feel my 13 yr old boy (don't lie everyone has one - no matter your actual gender) come out and cheer in delight every time an amazing feat is committed in the nick of time to stop the good guys from getting be-headed or skewered, though i must admit quite a few good guys went down in this book - a [...]

    2. I quite enjoyed this book due to the sequel that it made from book number one. I think that if not for the prehistoric history incorporated to fiction than i would not have enjoyed this book.

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