Reign of Iron (Iron Age)

Reign of Iron (Iron Age)

Angus Watson

Language: English

Pages: 560

ISBN: 0316399817

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Reign of Iron (Iron Age)

Angus Watson

Language: English

Pages: 560

ISBN: 0316399817

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


WARRIOR QUEENS AND ROMAN INVADERS DO BATTLE IN THE FINAL VOLUME OF THIS THRILLING EPIC FANTASY TRILOGY.
Caesar's soldiers have murdered, massacred and pillaged their way through Gaul and loom on the far side of the sea, ready to descend upon Britain - with them are an unstoppable legion of men twisted by dark magic. Somehow Queen Lowa must repel the invasion, although her best general is dead and her young druid powerless. She faces impossible odds, but when the alternative is death or slavery, a warrior queen will do whatever it takes to save her people.
EVERY EMPIRE HAS ITS DOWNFALL.

Brokedown Palace

Inkheart (Inkheart Trilogy, Book 1)

The Ruins of Gorlan (The Ranger's Apprentice, Book 1)

Koko Takes a Holiday

River Marked (Mercy Thompson, Book 6)

Against All Things Ending (The Last Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, Book 3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

mace before any could jump out of the way. Oh, she was a goddess.” “Then she rode away?” “Yes.” “And you did not follow her?” “I was on foot, she was on a horse. I had no bow. I could only watch her go.” Jagganoch flashed up his club and drove it into the underside of the man’s chin, knocking him over. The others jumped away and the driver lay, clutching his destroyed jaw and staring wildly at Jagganoch. He probably faced a slow, horrible death from infection. The man had angered him, and

what use was an elephant driver with no elephant? But Jagganoch was not without mercy. He would do the same for the man as he had for his elephants. He raised his club for the death blow, then changed his mind. He whistled to Bandonda, who ambled over immediately, the ground rumbling as he came. “No, no!” the man with the broken jaw managed. Jagganoch smiled, pointed at him and ordered Bandonda the to eat. He turned to the others and the worms shuffled away, looking at their feet, trying to

cudgel in one hand, still grinning as he had when his ship had sunk. Felix did not need asking twice when Thaya offered him the remaining child. He plunged his hand into the girl’s chest and squeezed, his little fingers popping through the delicate walls of her heart. He felt her life energy flow up his arm. He twisted it in his mind, pushed it out into his other arm and flung it at the captain. The grin melted from the red-bearded face. He fell, dead, and it was Felix’s turn to smile. Thaya

bouncing from shoulder to shoulder, flashed the axe around in a series of complicated arcs, then charged. Lowa leant back. A decapitation blow swished through empty air and Yilgarn stumbled. He regained his footing and lifted his axe high. Lowa darted in and drove the straightened fingers of her left hand into his armpit. The Haxmite champion’s eyes flew open and he dropped the axe onto his helmet with a clang. His right arm fell to his side, useless. One hand still behind her back, Lowa chopped

make things go very badly wrong for them if they didn’t speed up, yet he found his legion stunningly unchanged. Felix’s keen mind needed constant occupation, yet his creations could sit and stare unthinkingly into space and simply wait for him to return. He was fairly sure that some of them hadn’t moved at all since he’d left. That irritated him on one level because he thought it proved that they were seriously unintelligent, but on another, more niggling level he knew that he’d never achieve the

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