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High Rage
     

High Rage

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by James K Burk
 

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Scarface, on his way back to a clan stronghold after assassinating a legate, meets and falls in love with a woman even more ruthless than he. To win her, he must reunite an empire and create a kingdom. His only allies are his wits, his sword, and the power in his scars -- black marks like the taloned finger prints of a demon.

To achieve his goals, he must deal with

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Scarface, on his way back to a clan stronghold after assassinating a legate, meets and falls in love with a woman even more ruthless than he. To win her, he must reunite an empire and create a kingdom. His only allies are his wits, his sword, and the power in his scars -- black marks like the taloned finger prints of a demon.

To achieve his goals, he must deal with old enemies, gods of dubious worth, and his own family -- who may be the most dangerous of all.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936099535
Publisher:
WolfSinger Publications
Publication date:
09/26/2013
Pages:
294
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

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High Rage 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Inkedfairys_Obsession More than 1 year ago
While I was expecting a fantasy realm full of the typical characters, I was sucked into a world that was as rich in plots and intrigue as it was a story of change. I want to nail the plot down as a "coming of age" but the story of Scarface/Morgan is well beyond that. One, he is much older than those, two it's more of a "coming to terms" story than anything. James caught the essence of one man's epiphany and put it into the most excellent grouping of words I have read in a while. I am floored by how much this story touched me. I am now a firm fan. Now to read Taking Hope....
Guest More than 1 year ago
A refreshing departure from formula driven plots with cardboard characters. Actually had me wondering what was coming next. The protaginist is not always noble, but I liked him. Hopefully, there will be a sequel.