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A Sword from Red Ice: (Sword of Shadows, Book 3) by J. V. Jones PDF

By J. V. Jones

ISBN-10: 1841491845

ISBN-13: 9781841491844

The lengthy evening has began. The Endlords and their darkish military of Unmade arrange to unharness untold destruction upon the area. each Sull warrior needs to breakthrough and struggle, or hazard the North falling into everlasting darkness. Key to mankind's survival is the sacred warrior Ash March. yet for Ash to grasp her precise strength as a succeed in, and turn into the Sull's maximum weapon, she needs to maintain herself secure because the perils that encompass her multiply. Raif Sevrance has an both perilous activity. The exile needs to go back and forth to the barren wastes of the crimson Glaciers and recuperate the mythical sword named Loss. For Sull legend decrees that he who wields the Sword from pink Ice will carry terror to their enemies. yet fulfilment of those pursuits may perhaps but come too past due. within the distant reaches of the sour Hills, the Endlords' minions have made a cataclysmic discovery: a crack within the Blindwall, an old and unguarded passage top at once into the nation-states of guys.

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That night Faelamor returns and lies, saying that Yggur is dead. Suddenly all that has driven Maigraith seems pointless. Faelamor wakes an old compulsion and soon Maigraith falls under her liege’s thrall again. They go to the rugged forests of Elludore. Faelamor is sure that there is a way to break the Forbidding. She calls the Faellem, who are far away. It is now a race against Rulke and Mendark. Faelamor makes a gate to Havissard, a continent away. While she searches for something there, Maigraith wanders, curious to see what Yalkara was like.

Unfortunately they can only communicate through a slit in the wall. Tensor tests his gate but it goes astray, for he has used the Mirror to see the destination. It was often called the Twisted Mirror—a deceitful, treacherous thing. Karan, afraid for Llian, climbs the tower, a terrifying ordeal that she barely survives. Soon after that, Tensor seizes Llian, who is immune to the potency, as a defense against Rulke. Then he opens the gate. In Thurkad, Faelamor recovers her powers and warns Yggur that Tensor has made a gate, risking their ruin.

If he wins, Karan and he are to go free. If he loses, they will do what Rulke wants. To Llian’s surprise Rulke accepts the challenge. Three Ghâshâd will adjudicate, including Idlis the healer. Rulke’s tale is a barbaric splendor, the story of how a hundred Charon conquered a world, Aachan. But Llian sees that the tale jars against the codes of the Ghâshâd. Rulke put his own glory before the security of his people. Llian makes a new tale to take advantage. Llian’s reply is a tale of a servant race who served not wisely but too well.

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