Overview

Azreal was the most dreadful necromancer the world had ever known, but even he had to eventually succumb to death. Or did he? All that remained of his vile works was a beautiful mask—his deathmask. Within the mask, Azreal’s black soul waited patiently…

Polianna always wished that she was a more powerful sorceress. Be careful what you wish for. Little did she know when she ...
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Deathmask

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Overview

Azreal was the most dreadful necromancer the world had ever known, but even he had to eventually succumb to death. Or did he? All that remained of his vile works was a beautiful mask—his deathmask. Within the mask, Azreal’s black soul waited patiently…

Polianna always wished that she was a more powerful sorceress. Be careful what you wish for. Little did she know when she donned the mask that it harbored more than just magic. Azreal had been dead long enough – and Polianna was just what he was looking for.

When the seduction of power unleashes Azrael once again upon the world, the living suffer anew. But his conquest will not go unopposed. A tenuous union between two warring nations offers the only hope for the living, for all who draw breath are the necromancer's enemies. But how can an army win against a necromancer when every soldier who falls becomes a new recruit for his army?

Love may be the only weapon.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013363434
  • Publisher: Jaxbooks
  • Publication date: 9/24/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 382
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Chris A. Jackson fell in love with the sea the first time he set eyes on those majestic rolling waves. As a youth, he spent summers working on his father's fishing boat in Oregon. Trained as a marine biologist, he became sidetracked by a career in biomedical research, but regained his heart and soul in 2009 when he and his wife Anne left the dock aboard a 45-foot sailboat to cruise the Caribbean and write full time. His acclaimed Scimitar Seas nautical fantasies won three consecutive Gold Medals in the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Awards. In addition to his sea tales, his repertoire includes six more award-winning fantasy novels, as well as several short stories published in anthologies. Shooting from the sea to the stars, Chris now has a triad of science fiction/humor novellas available in both ebook and audiobook formats. His most recent release is Pirate's Honor, from Paizo Publishing.

To learn more, please visit Jaxbooks.com.
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