Ghosts of the Asylum (Book I of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy)

Ghosts of the Asylum (Book I of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy)

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by Ty Johnston
     
 

Riots rage on the streets of Bond. Behind the scenes, a core of guilds master grasp at gaining power, deciding that slaying Kron Darkbow would give them more recognition on the streets. But Kron has something to say about that, as do the ghosts inhabiting his new property, the Asylum, where a hundred men, the mad and their guards, were slain during a magical mishap

Overview

Riots rage on the streets of Bond. Behind the scenes, a core of guilds master grasp at gaining power, deciding that slaying Kron Darkbow would give them more recognition on the streets. But Kron has something to say about that, as do the ghosts inhabiting his new property, the Asylum, where a hundred men, the mad and their guards, were slain during a magical mishap a year earlier.

A year has passed since Kron Darkbow survived the clutches of Belgad the Liar and the evil Lord Verkain. Returned to the city of Bond, now Kron attempts to find his place in the world. He begins by rebuilding his new home in the Asylum, a place haunted by the memories of those slain there. But riots in the streets intrude, and power struggles within the city’s guilds draw Kron into a web of deceit. Kerjim, the master of the Docks Guild, has high plans, and the slaying of Kron Darkbow is imminent among them. Facing fighting in the streets and late-night assassination attempts, Kron soon learns these are the least of his concerns. Because more than just memories are lingering within the Asylum.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152085327
Publisher:
Ty Johnston
Publication date:
09/23/2011
Series:
Kron Darkbow , #4
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
429 KB

Meet the Author

Originally from Kentucky, Ty Johnston is a former newspaper journalist. He lives in North Carolina with his beagle, Lily, and loving memories of his late wife. Blog: tyjohnston.blogspot.com

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Ghosts of the Asylum 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Johnston takes the word "ghosts" and gives it an entirely new meaning that elevates the thrill of the story. Once again, he writes a book impossible to put down with all its humor, suspense, and mystery, and the new characters are very unique and likeable, while returning characters are even more developed with new dimensions. - Editor Marksman
Anonymous More than 1 year ago