Elfsorrow (Legends of the Raven, Book 1) by James Barclay PDF

By James Barclay

ISBN-10: 0575073985

ISBN-13: 9780575073982

The Raven commute to a brand new continent looking for mages to aid the ruined university of Julatsa rebuild and locate themselves in the course of old curse - a curse that has unleashed a pandemic that threatens to wipe out the elven race.

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He's a square-jawed, steely-eyed sort of individual, and it would take a lot to brighten up his face. " I reply. "Bring more if you like. " Glixius sneers, then gives the faintest of nods, and marches off. Makri is looking puzzled. " "At the Avenging Axe? " "Because he hates me," I say. "Can't get over the time I punched him in the face. Probably he's been looking for revenge ever since. And now he thinks he can humiliate me at the card table. Poor sap. " Makri is doubtful. " "That's because you don't appreciate how much he dislikes me.

It's not a task I welcome, and had Lisutaris not bribed, cajoled and blackmailed me in the most shocking manner, I'd have refused to have anything to do with it. "It's not right," I say, quite forcibly. " "Me having to help hide Herminis. If the Abode of Justice finds out I'm involved, they'll be down on me like a bad spell. " protests Makri. "Because you messed up your rescue operation. Not that there should have been any rescue operation in the first place. And then Lisutaris has the nerve to rope me into covering for her.

These days his hair is grey and he sells beer for a living but his strength and fighting spirit are undiminished. Come the spring he's fully expecting to be marching out of Turai and sending the Orcs back where they belong. It's not such an unreasonable expectation. At this moment armies should be gathering. Simnia and all lands to the west will be arming themselves for war. The Abelasian General Hiffier will be preparing an army from the League of City States. The Elves of the Southern Isles will be preparing their ships and sharpening their spears.

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