Download Century of the Soldier: The Iron Wars; The Second Empire; by Paul Kearney PDF

By Paul Kearney

ISBN-10: 1849972087

ISBN-13: 9781849972086

THE TIME OF THE WOLF IS AT HAND...

Struck down in his second of victory, Hebrion's younger King Abeleyn lies in a coma, his urban in ruins and his fiancée and previous lover vying for the throne. Corfe Cear-Inaf, now a colonel, is given a ragtag command of ill-equipped savages and despatched on a hopeless project via a jealous King who expects him to fail. Richard Hawkwood and Lord Murad go back bearing information of horror on a savage new continent, with anything bad lurking within the carry. The Church is tearing itself aside, while the champions of fact struggle to convey peace among Ramusian and Merduk; yet within the a long way West, a bad new hazard is rearing its head...

The Century of the Soldier collects the ultimate 3 books in Paul Kearney's explosive The Monarchies of God sequence, revised and increased for this version: The Iron Wars, the second one Empire and Ships from the West.

Show description

Read or Download Century of the Soldier: The Iron Wars; The Second Empire; Ships from the West (Monarchies of God, Books 3-5) PDF

Similar fantasy books

Barking

Duncan's boss doesn't imagine he's minimize out to be a legal professional. He isn't a pack animal. He lacks the killer intuition. but if his ally from university barges his long ago into Duncan's existence, besides an entire assisting solid of attorneys, ex-wives, zombies, and snow-white unicorns, it's no longer lengthy prior to issues develop into fantastically unsettling.

The Doctor is Sick

Dr. Edwin Spindrift has been despatched domestic from Burma with a mind tumor. in the direction of phrases than to humans, his feel of truth is extra altered by means of his situation. whilst he escapes from the sanatorium the evening earlier than his surgical procedure, issues and other people he infrequently knew existed outdoors of his dictionaries swoop down on him as he careens via adventures in evening London.

Foxglove Summer (Rivers of London, Book 5)

Whilst younger ladies cross lacking in rural Herefordshire, police constable and wizard-in-training Peter furnish is distributed out of London to ascertain that not anything supernatural is involved.

It's merely routine—Nightingale, Peter's more advantageous, thinks he'll be performed in below an afternoon. yet Peter's by no means been one to stroll clear of somebody in difficulty, so whilst not anything openly magical turns up he volunteers his providers to the neighborhood police, who desire all of the support they could get. yet as the universe likes a shaggy dog story up to the subsequent sadistic megalomaniac, Peter quickly involves become aware of that darkish secrets and techniques underlie the picturesque fields and villages of the geographical region and there may simply be paintings for Britain's so much junior wizard after all.

Soon Peter's in a vicious race opposed to time, in a global the place the limits among truth and fairy have by no means been much less transparent. .. .

El nombre del viento (Crónicas del Asesino de Reyes, Book 1)

Viajé, amé, perdí, confié y me traicionaron.
En una posada en tierra de nadie, un hombre de dispone a relatar, por primera vez, los angeles auténtica historia de su vida. Una historia que únicamente él conoce y que ha quedado diluida tras los rumores y los cuentos de taberna que lo han convertido en un personaje legendario a quien todos daban ya por muerto: Kvothe. .. músico, mendigo, ladrón, estudiante, mago, héroe y asesino. Ahora va a revelar l. a. verdad sobre sí mismo. Y para ello debe empezar por el principio: su infancia en una troupe de artistas nómadas, los años viviendo como un ladrón en las calles de una gran ciudad y su llegada a una universidad donde esperaba encontrar todas las respuestas que había estado buscando.

Additional info for Century of the Soldier: The Iron Wars; The Second Empire; Ships from the West (Monarchies of God, Books 3-5)

Example text

The surrounding countryside turned into a blur of panting and the thuds of his own feet. He felt his lungs burning and his legs had seized up entirely, they had brought him as far as they were willing. He knew this place, he had been here once before. It was a large bridge, several miles out from the institute, they had driven across it when he had first been committed. He had no idea why his feet had taken him here across the sloping fields. Absent-mindedly picking bits of hedge from his clothes, he spotted a man dangling his legs off the edge of the bridge and whistling tunelessly to himself.

The blackness surrounding him answered his query, it was an odd thing to think about given the lack of time left for him to think at all. It didn't feel like he thought it would, time had slowed to a standstill and his stomach had lurched from the inertia but he felt no sense of finality in his action. He knew death was waiting for him with open arms yet he didn't pay it much thought, nor did he look back over his past life reliving moments long lost. If anything he felt resolve, not in ending himself but in this singular action.

There was something very wrong here, he didn't know why but every faculty left to him was screaming not to give this woman the ending of his life work. ' Her visage soured considerably at being denied. 'Mr. ' Two large men seemed to appear out of nowhere, flanking her. They didn't look friendly. He had to act, now. The chair went flying across the room and shattered through the glass pane. He was almost surprised to see it happen. Almost. Gathering speed he burst out of captivity, ducking and weaving between the outstretched arms of security.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.86 of 5 – based on 7 votes