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Thomas knew right from the start the old book was important, but the moment he begins to read, learn and understand the secrets of the old, long lost diary, a world he never thought it existed, emerges from the darkness. A world of hidden societies and creatures beyond his wildest fantasy. A world of lies, secret plans and battles fought, since the dawn of time.

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The Lodge & the Tribe

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Overview

Thomas knew right from the start the old book was important, but the moment he begins to read, learn and understand the secrets of the old, long lost diary, a world he never thought it existed, emerges from the darkness. A world of hidden societies and creatures beyond his wildest fantasy. A world of lies, secret plans and battles fought, since the dawn of time.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011512315
  • Publisher: Saphire Realms
  • Publication date: 9/11/2011
  • Series: Living Sword Chronicles , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 743,250
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Angelo (Aggelos) Tsanatelis was born in Athens, Greece on October 24th 1979. He lived for seven years in Bulgaria, where he studied Law at the University of Sofia. During his studies he traveled in Europe and Africa, undertaking 'daring expeditions that no one ever heard about, visited mysterious locations or simply searched for hidden treasures in the most unlikely of places' as he quoted himself in a interview in 2012. After he finished his studies he worked in the private sector for several years before he realized his childhood dream and became an author. His first novel already many years in the making was Origins, the 1st episode in the Living Sword Chronicles series and it was published in April of 2011. It was followed by the novelette, the Rootless set in the same universe and the sequel to Origins, the Lodge & the Tribe.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2011

    A great ride in the 18th century Paris

    A great ride in the 18th century Paris. Good story overall, with many subplots running simultaneously and with a sinister dark protagonist, a half-vampire and half-demon creature that is as much charming as it is brutal. I enjoyed it, a fantastic effort from a indie author that writes with purpose. 4.5 stars

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  • Posted September 30, 2011

    A good choice

    This dark and complex story is told through the eyes of many of the participants in this sequel of epic proportions. Where the Origins had just a handful of characters forcing you to stick with them whether you liked them or not, this rather long (print edition at 528 pages) book has quite a abundance both primary and secondary. So much so that some of them are mentioned almost in passing. None of the above makes it a difficult to understand or read story. It is plainly written with some minor flaws and flows like a decent cup of wine. Not great but good enough to make you want to read the next installment in the series, the Servant of the Princess. Best character for me the villainous coward Rousse, an immortal black adder. While there are vampires in this one, they never take over the story, preserved probably what builds up to be a very long third volume. The ending was so and so, but considering what I've read from indie authors this is an above average book. Final words? a good solid read, 3.75 stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2012

    easily the best dark fantasy novel I read in 2011. I am going to

    easily the best dark fantasy novel I read in 2011. I am going to read next installment in the series.

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