The Legend of the Deathwalker

Author: David Gemmell

Publisher: Del Rey

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Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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Enter a powerful realm of legend, dark sorcery, and conquest, where the mighty Drenai warrior Druss faces his most deadly opponent . . . Druss the Legend, the dark axman known as the Deathwalker, must join the warrior Talisman on a mission of blood and glory. Only the stolen Eyes of Alchazzar--mystic jewels of power--will save Druss's dying friend, then unite the Nadir tribes against the evil of the Gothir. Druss agrees to help look for the twin gems--hidden for centuries in the shrine of Oshikai, the Demon-bane, the Nadir's greatest hero. It has been prophesied that with the recovery of the stones, there will come the Uniter, a magnificent fighter who will free the Nadir from brutal oppression. But Garen-Tsen, the sadistic power behind the Gothir throne, also seeks the gems. To control them, he will send five thousand men against a handful of savages, Talisman, and the one Drenai warrior. From the Paperback edition.

The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend

Author: David Gemmell

Publisher: Del Rey

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 959

He was known as Druss. The Deathwalker. Though the blood of merciless butchers coursed through his veins, he had found a fragile peace through his love for beautiful, mystical Rowena. Then came the day when Druss returned to their village and found everyone dead--massacred by slavers who had stolen the women to sell for gold. Rowena was among the missing. Armed with only his powerful double-bladed ax, Snaga, Druss went after Rowena. His journey would carry him from the highest thrones of power to the deepest dungeons of depravity. Along the way, he would battle savage monsters and descend into terrifying lands of black magic and demons. Yet one thing was certain. Druss would have victory . . . or death. From the Paperback edition.

Drenai Tales

Author: David Gemmell

Publisher: Bantam Press

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 999

View: 951

Gathered together for the first time in one mega volume: THE LEGEND OF DEATHWALKER, WINTER WARRIORS and the Sunday Times bestseller HERO IN THE SHADOWS, with new introductions by the author of each novel.

Deathwalker Ii

A Vampire's Domain

Author: Edwin F. Becker

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 216

View: 362

I am going to his hotel and Im going to tear his heart out! Aaron stated in anger. After I tear his heart out, I will drink from it and throw his body off the roof! Christian frowned. In doing so, our presence will become public knowledge. This is not the wise thing to do. I dont care about being wise. I want my revenge. I want to kill that man. I just may bring him here and bleed him for a week before I kill him. Katherine joined the conversation. That would be a very bad idea also. Your carelessness with generate proof that we exist. After that, they will hunt for us, she explained. I dont care! Christian, you certainly should understand how I feel. I understand you have no care as to whether we are exposed, or even if you are destroyed yourself. That is why I will not allow you to do this in that reckless manner. Allow me? Allow me? Who do you think you are? You, who have tasted the ultimate revenge, would prevent me from mine? You are in my domain!

The Clock of Dreams

The Clock of Dreams

Author: Brian Lumley

Publisher: Tor Books

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 324

View: 278

Titus Crow and his faithful companion and record-keeper fight the gathering forces of darkness-the infamous and deadly Elder Gods of the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Cthulhu and his dark minions are bent on ruling the earth. A few puny humans cannot possibly stand against these otherworldly evil gods, yet time after time, Titus Crow drives the monsters back into the dark from whence they came. The Clock of Dreams is the third book in the Titus Crow series. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Winter Warriors

Author: David Gemmell

Publisher: Random House

ISBN:

Category: Drenai (Imaginary place)

Page: 411

View: 462

The prophecy was clear. Upon the death of three kings the world will be plunged into chaos, and all the cast-out demons of history will return to bring blood and horror to the world. Two kings are dead. The third, about to be born, is hunted by the Demon Riders of the Krayakin, Lords of the Undead. All the terrifying forces of evil range against a pregnant queen at bay in a haunted forest. But she is not alone. Three warriors stand with her: the last remnants of the once proud Drenai army. Three old men, ancient heroes, discarded by the king: Nogusta the Swordsman, Kebra the Bowman, and the hulking fighter, Bison. The fate of empires rests on their fading skills as they journey through a tormented world on a perilous quest to save the unborn king. Winter Warriors is the latest heroic fantasy from the bestselling author of The Legend of Deathwalker and Dark Moon, both available in Corgi paperback.

Lord of the Silver Bow

Author: David Gemmell

Publisher: Bantam Press

ISBN:

Category: Fantasy fiction

Page: 474

View: 186

The first in David Gemmell's trilogy encompassing the Trojan War, 'Lord of the Silver Bow' finds Helikaon, prince of Dardania, about to set sail for Troy where he will face a great many challenges.

Kaapse Bibliotekaris

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Category: Libraries

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Issues for Nov. 1957- include section: Accessions. Aanwinste, Sept. 1957-

Hatchet Job

Love Movies, Hate Critics

Author: Mark Kermode

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 256

View: 443

'The finest film critic in Britain at the absolute top of his form' Stephen Fry 'Entertainingly incendiary stuff' Empire A hatchet job isn't just a bad review, it's a total trashing. Mark Kermode is famous for them - Pirates of the Caribbean, Sex and the City 2, the complete works of Michael Bay. Beginning with his favourite hatchet job ever, Mark tells us about the best bad reviews in history, why you have to be willing to tell a director face-to-face their movie sucks, and about the time he apologized to Steven Spielberg for badmouthing his work. But why do we love really bad reviews? Is it so much harder to be positive? And is the Internet ruining how we talk about cinema? The UK's most trusted film critic answers all these questions and more in this hilarious, fascinating and argumentative new book. 'A wry, robust and developed defence of accountable critical voices' Total Film 'Very accessible, entertaining and relevant . . . warmly recommended' Den of Geek