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Slave of Sondelle

Slave of Sondelle Slave has been owned by Sondelle since he was a child Finally escaping through the catacombs Slave is almost killed by a revenant warrior spirit He gains his freedom only by swearing fealty to this d

  • Title: Slave of Sondelle
  • Author: Bevan McGuiness
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Slave has been owned by Sondelle since he was a child Finally escaping through the catacombs, Slave is almost killed by a revenant warrior spirit He gains his freedom only by swearing fealty to this dangerous creature Befriended by Ileki, Slave begins to learn about the world outside However, Sondelle s hired hunters track the escapee and in a fight to the death, SlaveSlave has been owned by Sondelle since he was a child Finally escaping through the catacombs, Slave is almost killed by a revenant warrior spirit He gains his freedom only by swearing fealty to this dangerous creature Befriended by Ileki, Slave begins to learn about the world outside However, Sondelle s hired hunters track the escapee and in a fight to the death, Slave discovers that the revenant warrior has given him a blessing a form of berserk rage that makes him virtually unbeatable in combat, but also makes him lethal to anyone in the immediate area, friends and foes alike Ileki is killed and Slave heads for his friend s home city to make amends and seek help Also heading for the same city are a number of other desperate a woman who has fled her persecutors and a pair of outlaws from society amongst others Meanwhile, a city which has kept an evil spirit imprisoned for centuries, wakes one day to find it has escaped confinement.

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    1 thought on “Slave of Sondelle

    1. Bought the paperback in a bargain barrel. It was not a bargain. It is one of those books that start with several different strands that are presumably supposed to tie together at some stage. It made little sense from the start, but a couple of the 'strands' had me interested - Slave and the Eye - so I persevered. After around 1/4 of the book, I nearly threw it away, but as I happened to be away from home and it was the only book I had, I read on.But now I'm home, I have a library to choose from, [...]

    2. Good story but its the start of a saga - and I'm not sure I want to continue.Slave is taken over by a beserker rage when he fights. I'd rather he had the ability to choose - I feel he is a puppet and we don't quite know how much free will he actually has in the story. OK but not complusive reading.

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