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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0060792914
ISBN-13: 9780060792916
Sku: 206195988
Publish Date: 7/1/2008
Pages:  333
Age Range:  NA
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A continuation of the story that began with Honored Enemy finds mercenaries Kurine, Kethol, and Pirojil on much-welcomed escort duty after twenty years of fighting the Tsurani, an assignment that proves more complicated than expected. Reprint. *Author: Feist, Raymond E./ Rosenberg, Joel *Series Title: Legends of the Riftwar *Publication Date: 2008/07/01 *Number of Pages: 333 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 1.00 *Width: 4.00 *Height: 6.75
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A continuation of the story that began with Honored Enemy finds mercenaries Kurine, Kethol, and Pirojil on much-welcomed escort duty after twenty years of fighting the Tsurani, an assignment that proves more complicated than expected. Reprint.A continuation of the story that began with Honored Enemy finds mercenaries Kurine, Kethol, and Pirojil on much-welcomed escort duty after twenty years of fighting the Tsurani, an assignment that proves more complicated than expected. Reprint.

In Midkemia, there are no easy roads . . .

For twenty years the mercenaries Durine, Kethol, and Pirojil have fought other people's battles. Having already defeated the Tsurani, the Bugs, and the goblins, it seems there are no more enemies for them to vanquish?even as the Riftwar rages on in the west. What lies ahead for the able trio are a few welcomed months of restful garrison duty.

When ordered to accompany the promiscuous Lady Mondegreen, her aging husband, and her current lover to a summit in the city of LaMut, the Three Swords willingly comply, expecting an uncomplicated and undemanding assignment. But nothing is straightforward in this land of violence and treachery. And when the fury of a winter's storm traps them inside a castle teeming with ambitious, plotting lords and ladies, the mercenaries suddenly find themselves with a series of cold-blooded murders to solve . . . and the political future of Midkemia resting in their hands.

After twenty years of fighting the Tsurani, mercenaries Kurine, Kethol, and Pirojil are ordered to escort Lady Mondegreen, her husband, and her lover to LaMut, a much-welcomed assignment that proves more complicated than expected.
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Joel Rosenberg
Born in 1954 in Canada, Joel Rosenberg and his family (consisting of two parents and five children) moved to rural North Dakota in 1955, where his father worked as a physician. Several years later, the family again relocated, this time to Connecticut. Rosenberg has written about his family during this time, describing it as very dysfunctional, and about various kinds of abuse that he and his siblings suffered. Rosenberg graduated in 1976 from the University of Connecticut, and two years later he married Felicia Gail Herman. While holding down a variety of jobs--everything from short order cook and truck driver to the less traditional "career" of gambler--Rosenberg began to write. He claims to have written the first two chapters of what would become his first novel, THE SLEEPING DRAGON, on Halloween night in 1981. His first story, "Like the Gentle Rains," was published in 1982. The novel was published in 1983, and was the first in the Guardians of the Flame series--which eventually stretched to seven books over 13 years. Several other successful series followed. Rosenberg maintains a website where he publishes some of his essays (including those about his childhood), excerpts from his novels, and other assorted information.

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0333
Product attributePublisher:   EOS
Product attributeSeries Part:   02
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