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The Lonely Man: The Witch's Price

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A man responsible for the downfall of a nation. The nation responsible for the downfall of a man.

Mhets and six other greedy men quested to steal the Chained God's treasure. They were successful. The gods, in their fury, took the lives of Mhets' companions one at a time, and now seek to snuff out the remaining thief. To survive, and to further spite the divine for their part in taking the love of his life, Mhets finds refuge in a witch's hand. But the vile deal he enters into ...

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Overview

A man responsible for the downfall of a nation. The nation responsible for the downfall of a man.

Mhets and six other greedy men quested to steal the Chained God's treasure. They were successful. The gods, in their fury, took the lives of Mhets' companions one at a time, and now seek to snuff out the remaining thief. To survive, and to further spite the divine for their part in taking the love of his life, Mhets finds refuge in a witch's hand. But the vile deal he enters into promises nothing but trouble. Sorcerers, mercenaries, and death wait on the horizon as he moves to complete his end of the terrible bargain. Journeying at the behest of the witch, Mhets learns just how black his heart has become, and how that darkness inside him might spell salvation for the world.

"The Lonely Man: The Witch's Price" starts the tales of Mhets Sorrowbringer, a man wronged and angered in life. He owns a past riddled with atrocity, betrayal, and death, but here is where his true story starts. Here is where the man called Mirthless Mhets begins to write his legend.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781490501444
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/21/2013
  • Pages: 202
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.43 (d)

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    This story is about Mhets Sorrowbringer a stealth warrior who ha

    This story is about Mhets Sorrowbringer a stealth warrior who has taken from the gods with some companions and had tried to save the love of his life only to find that the king had disposed of her before he could pay for her release. Mhets became enraged and brought on the onslaught of everyone evil in the town.. a true massacre. His comrades were slowly taken from the death god.. due to the stealing of their treasure.. and as Mhets goes along his way he knows death will be knocking ..but his side kick Ramkin who has been traveling along side has offered up a witch to see if she can help. She in turn takes Mhets on a journey of evil tasks that brings forth some sorcery, appeals, and the vision of his beloved .. It was a great journey to read and was very happy with the ending as I feel his character can do so much.

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  • Posted October 11, 2013

    This was an absolutely fantastic read. Anyone who enjoys dark fa

    This was an absolutely fantastic read. Anyone who enjoys dark fantasy, or just fantasy for that fact, this book should immediately be put on your reading list. It grabs you from the start and hardly lets go. The banter between Mhets and Ramkin is wonderful. It gives a unique world-outlook from the eyes of an embittered warrior. Recommended! I will definitely be picking up the rest of his books.

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