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Age of Conan: Songs of Victory: Legends of Kern Volume III

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fabulous fantasy

    Conan, the Cimmerian who became `king of another realm¿ was a legend in his own time. However, there were other warriors of Cimmeria who were as brave and strong as Conan. They too did their best to keep their land safe from the Vinir and their masters the Ymirish who came from the North to conquer and settle the lands. They are led by the giant Grimnir, the son of the god Ymir who is invulnerable in battle. Only Kern Wolf-Eye, an outcast from the clan, ever hurt him and the giant wants his revenge. --- While the Vinir and Ymirish are using various techniques to get the clans fighting among themselves, Kern is traveling the breadth and width of Cimmeria hoping to unite the clans against a common enemy. It is when Kern exposes one of the most powerful clan chiefs as a shapeshifting ally of the Ymirish do the clans put aside their differences to fight as one against the enemy. In the end it is Kern who will face off against Grimnir with the winner of their battle deciding the fate of Cimmeria for years to come. --- The protagonist, who looks like the Ymirish with their soldier eyes and inability to stay warm, doesn¿t let the fact that he looks like the enemy stop him from going to battle against them even as his own clan fears him and casts him out. There is plenty of action in this swords and sorcery tale but the true magic of this story lies in one man¿s courage to go against his heritage and fight to keep Cimmeria free even if it means his death. --- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted May 28, 2013


    SHe still stood next to the phone after calling for help. She was still in the early stages of labour and her water had not yet broken. She had her hands on her knees bracing against the pain

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