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The Tower of Fear
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The Tower of Fear

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by Glen Cook
 

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The City of Qushmarrah is uneasy under the rule of the Herodians —short, balding men whose armies would never have conquered the city had not the great and evil wizard Narkar been killed and sealed in his citadel; had not the savage nomad Datars turned coat and sided with the invaders; had not some traitor opened the fortress to them.

Not many would

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The Tower of Fear 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
TheTruthDC More than 1 year ago
An excellent stand alone book, not one of his series books.  This isn't you usual run of the mill good guys vs. villains.  There are at least 4 partisan sides conflicting in the same city.  And of course, they all think they are the good guys.  And the viewpoints aren't necessarily directly opposing.  The characters have their own goals which may or may not be absolutely counter to someone else's goal.  Well worth the read.
CountGrey More than 1 year ago
One of his few stand alone novels, this book is a perfect introduction to Cook's writing style. Instead of jumping into a series - an intimidating prospect for some - you can read and enjoy this story at your leisure.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago