Road to Wrath (Book II of the Kobalos trilogy) [NOOK Book]

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Kron Darkbow has fled the city of Bond, along with healer mage Randall Tendbones and professional duelist Adara Corvus. Everywhere they turn are enemies. With a price on their heads, old foes on their trail, and dangers waiting for them along the road and in every village, it seems nowhere is safe.

Even the goal of their travels offers no peace, for the group rides to the ...
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Road to Wrath (Book II of the Kobalos trilogy)

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Overview

Kron Darkbow has fled the city of Bond, along with healer mage Randall Tendbones and professional duelist Adara Corvus. Everywhere they turn are enemies. With a price on their heads, old foes on their trail, and dangers waiting for them along the road and in every village, it seems nowhere is safe.

Even the goal of their travels offers no peace, for the group rides to the land of Kobalos where Randall must face that nation’s Lord Verkain, the alleged Dark King of the North.

But before Kron, Randall and Adara can make their way to Kobalos, there are demons to avoid, monsters to slay, assassins to defeat, and the country of East Ursia to pass, a land where Adara is wanted and wizards such as Randall are put to death.

Then there are the Prisonlands, Kron’s old stomping grounds, where the prisoners are now armed and free, and are taking their vengeance on all who cross their path.

OTHER BOOKS IN THE KOBALOS TRILOGY:

City of Rogues: Book I of The Kobalos Trilogy
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/city-of-rogues-ty-johnston/1103789733?ean=2940011814204

Dark King of The North: Book III of The Kobalos Trilogy
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dark-king-of-the-north-ty-johnston/1020987402?ean=2940011822216

Blade and Flame: Prequel to The Kobalos Trilogy (short story)
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/blade-and-flame-ty-johnston/1029281955?ean=2940012031556

The Kobalos Trilogy OMNIBUS edition, collects all 3 original novels of trilogy
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-kobalos-trilogy-omnibus-ty-johnston/1110198579?ean=2940014520423

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"Once again, Ty Johnston has written a winner. ... As always, the writing style of this author makes each of his books a joy to read." -- Lauralynn Elliott, author of THE GNOME

"My reaction to this book was similar to my reaction to City of Rogues. The story is irresistible. It drew me in completely. There was no question that I would keep reading ..." -- Brent Nichols, author of LORD OF FIRE

"Johnston is also known as a horror writer, and his talents there serve him well in some of the darker aspects of the story. The last third of the second book in particular, is quite chilling ..." -- Jesse Flohrs, Fantasy Faction
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011822070
  • Publisher: L. M. Press
  • Publication date: 1/8/2010
  • Series: The Kobalos Trilogy , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 246
  • Sales rank: 181,878
  • File size: 670 KB

Meet the Author

Ty Johnston was born in Kentucky. After earning a degree in journalism, he spent the next two decades as a newspaper editor. During that time he wrote numerous short stories, nearly all of which have been published in print or digital formats. In his forties, now a former journalist, he decided it was time to get serious about his fiction writing. He is the author of The Kobalos Trilogy of epic fantasy novels, City of Rogues, Road to Wrath and Dark King of the North. He has been published online at Every Day Fiction, Demonic Tome, The Ranfurly Review, Flashes in the Dark and other venues. His stories have also appeared in print in the anthologies "Deadlines," "The Return of the Sword" and "Demons: A Clash of Steel Anthology." Ty's main writing and reading interests generally are in the horror and fantasy genres, but he's not above branching out into literary works from time to time.
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