Tomes of the Dead: Stronghold

Tomes of the Dead: Stronghold

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by Paul Finch
     
 

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Just how long can this Stronghold hold out against the zombie horde?

When King Edward I of England built Grogen Castle in Wales, he proclaimed it the strongest fortress in the British Isles; impregnable to assault, armed with devices so fiendish that would-be attackers would die in multitutdes. But the Welsh have had enough of English tyranny. Armed with druidic

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Just how long can this Stronghold hold out against the zombie horde?

When King Edward I of England built Grogen Castle in Wales, he proclaimed it the strongest fortress in the British Isles; impregnable to assault, armed with devices so fiendish that would-be attackers would die in multitutdes. But the Welsh have had enough of English tyranny. Armed with druidic magic and an ancient, mystical artefact, they summon an army to their banner even the most supersitious of Edward's soldiers could never have imagined. Soon, Grogen Castle finds itself beseiged by forces forged from splintered bone and rotten flesh. Just how long can this Stronghold hold out against the zombie horde?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781907519109
Publisher:
Rebellion
Publication date:
08/17/2010
Series:
Tomes of The Dead Series
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
8.02(w) x 11.06(h) x 0.89(d)

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Paul FInch is an award-winning horror film writer, ex-cop and historian. His novel Cape Wrath made the final ballot of the Bram Stoker Awards and his short story, ‘After Shocks’ won the British Fantasy Award. Stronghold is Paul’s first novel for Abaddon.

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Tomes of the Dead: Stronghold 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are into zombie thrillers this book gives an interesting change to the typical drooling morons that zombies usually are. The story is suspensful and the zombies virtually unstoppable. I looked forward to reading time when I would be hold up in the castle with brigands and heros fighting for a way out! Tod Swett approves this book!