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A Cruel Wind: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire by Glen Cook PDF

By Glen Cook

ISBN-10: 1597800554

ISBN-13: 9781597800556

Prior to there has been Black corporation, there has been the Dread Empire, an omnibus assortment the 1st 3 Dread Empire novels: A Shadow of All Night's Falling, October's child and All Darkness Met.

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Like I said, we're taking over. We'll do it without bloodshed if we can. But we can hold a festival for the Dark Lady if you want it that way. You there. " A sullen fat man did so. " he growled. " Deep-throated rage sounds came from the Councilmen. They started forward . . "Tower's secure, Milord," said a bass voice from beyond the doorway. The red-bearded captain led a squad into the chamber. " "Lock them in their own dungeon till Nepanthe's secure. " Valther entered, panting from the climb up the stair.

Is good, but short. " A low mound of rubble, remains of a fallen building, rose at one end of the square. There, precariously, Saltimbanco set up his boxes, mounted them, bellowed, "Repent! Sinners, end of world, mighty doom, is upon you! Repent! " Nearby heads turned. Suddenly terrified, heart hammering, he forced himself to continue. "Doom comes. World nears time of killing fire! O sinners, yield to love offered by Holy Virgin Gudrun, Earth Mother, Immaculate, that would save you for love! ' " He continued with a great deal of nonsense delineating the path of righteousness Gudrun demanded of her lovers if they were to achieve her grace and dwell with her in her place called Foreverness.

Ridyeh nodded, left. Turran's captain led the Councilmen off to their cells. Then the Storm Kings sat down with the King of Iwa Skolovda and dictated his abdication announcement. Nepanthe came. The men from the cellars brought their sharpened swords. She became their Princess and they her army and police—though no Storm King trusted them. They had proven treacherous already. Nepanthe took to her role, played it better than her brothers expected. She didn't approve of the conquest, had risked much to prevent it, yet, when forced, plunged into the act with a will.

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