The Death of Promises (Half-Orcs Series #3)

The Death of Promises (Half-Orcs Series #3)

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by David Dalglish
     
 

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Fantasy author David Dalglish continues his series of the half-orc brothers, whose struggles have released demon fire across the land of Dezrel...

Five hundred years ago, brother gods devastated their world with civil war. When they were imprisoned, their conflict ended without a victor. Centuries passed while their followers secretly continued the war, a war that

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Fantasy author David Dalglish continues his series of the half-orc brothers, whose struggles have released demon fire across the land of Dezrel...

Five hundred years ago, brother gods devastated their world with civil war. When they were imprisoned, their conflict ended without a victor. Centuries passed while their followers secretly continued the war, a war that will soon have an end.

The gods have found their paragons.

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Book Description:

After a bloody conflict with his brother, Qurrah Tun flees west with his lover, the strange and powerful Tessanna.

He seeks a powerful tome known as Darakken's spellbook, guarded by paladins and priests of light. Qurrah hopes to cure Tessanna's madness, but his newly returned master, Velixar, has far greater plans for the tome.

Only Harruq Tun and his friends can stand against the darkness his brother has unleashed. Velixar wants the throne and the secret that it hides, and to do so he will lay siege to the great city of Veldaren.

THE DEATH OF PROMISES by David Dalglish
The gods' final war has begun, and the blood is on Harruq's hands.

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About the Author:

David Dalglish currently lives in rural Missouri with his wife Samantha, daughter Morgan, and dog Asimov. He graduated from Missouri Southern State University in 2006 with a degree in mathematics and currently works as a para-professional with Special Education students. He spends his free time watching PBS and Spongebob Squarepants with his daughter.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452893198
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/17/2010
Series:
Half-Orcs Series, #3
Pages:
370
Sales rank:
508,869
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.82(d)

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Death of Promises 4.6 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 34 reviews.
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iceman42dave More than 1 year ago
I read this as part of the Half-Orcs Omnibus, which contained the first three volumes of the series. Sadly, this omnibus doesn't seem to be available on B&N anymore. That being said, the Half-Orcs Series is a great read, gripping from the start, with action and intrigue and conflict, all of it being played out by a superb cast of well-crafted characters. I particularly like the way Dalglish has deftly interwoven characters from his "Paladins" and "Shadowdance" series, making this series but part of a larger and richer tapestry.
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Hh
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Good read !!!
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I love this series! David Dalglish is well on his way to becoming a famous writer.
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I can't say it enough, this series is outstanding so far. I've really enoyed 1-3 & am definitively going to buy books 4 & 5. I don't mind saying this but it's about time an author makes the good guys feel extreme anguish & turmoil. David tells a very good story.
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Willi_B More than 1 year ago
This series has grown on me to the point I am eagerly awaiting to read the next book. This third book of the series was the best by far and the fourth promises to be even better if the end of the last is any indication.
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