Scarp Stonebreaker, Hammer of the South

Scarp Stonebreaker, Hammer of the South

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by Andrew Lyon
     
 

Laboring high atop the new Temple of Law in the sacred city of Rabavan, young Scarp Stonebreaker pauses to admire the charms of Senraxa, the seductive witch-priestess. This heedless act embroils him in the eternal battle between law and lust, male and female, gods and humans. Not that he cares. All Scarp wants is a way out of town, as the Judge of Murder is chasing

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Laboring high atop the new Temple of Law in the sacred city of Rabavan, young Scarp Stonebreaker pauses to admire the charms of Senraxa, the seductive witch-priestess. This heedless act embroils him in the eternal battle between law and lust, male and female, gods and humans. Not that he cares. All Scarp wants is a way out of town, as the Judge of Murder is chasing him with white-hot knives...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011153778
Publisher:
Andrew Lyon
Publication date:
11/30/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
693 KB

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Scarp Stonebreaker, Hammer of the South 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bookblogger More than 1 year ago
Scarp Stonebreaker by Andrew Lyon is a fairly straightforward telling of the life of Scarp. The book is told by Scarp recounting his adventures to a young woman who was sent to get the story of the man who seems to be a legend. The story that Scarp tells does not seem to be what the scribe suspects, as it is a tale that involves quite a bit of cowardice and luck in his survival. The tale unfolds as Scarp accidentally causes the destruction of a new temple being built that also causes several deaths. He barely escapes the guards wrath and his father's life is lost during his escape. While Scarp is on the run he continues to run into massive struggles and tries to take advantage of any woman he comes across. The book isn't bad if you are just looking for a quick read with a lot of action and some comic relief, but there isn't a whole lot of depth to the characters. Review copy provided by the author.