Twilight of Kerberos: The Crucible of the Dragon God

Overview

Tomb Raider meets Lord of the Rings.

Twilight, a world overshadowed by a vast gas giant, bathing the earth in its otherworldly glow. A world of magic and warriors, zealots and monsters. It is here that the human race cling to a small peninsula, ignorant of what lies beyond the World's Ridge mountains. But there are those amongst this fledgling race with truly extraordinary powers, heroes who would delve deep into the mysteries of the past and bring new light to Twilight. ...

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Overview

Tomb Raider meets Lord of the Rings.

Twilight, a world overshadowed by a vast gas giant, bathing the earth in its otherworldly glow. A world of magic and warriors, zealots and monsters. It is here that the human race cling to a small peninsula, ignorant of what lies beyond the World's Ridge mountains. But there are those amongst this fledgling race with truly extraordinary powers, heroes who would delve deep into the mysteries of the past and bring new light to Twilight. Twilight of Kerberos is a sword and sorcery series, following the adventures of a group of characters with unique talents. A deadly predator swarms across Twilight. Exactly what are the 'k'nid' and how can they be stopped? A question for Kali Hooper to answer. Doing so will prove far from easy. From a labyrinthine deathtrap to an ancient limbo and the aquatic lair of a serpent, Kali must battle her way to the Crucible of the Dragon God. She is about to discover the true reason her world is called Twilight!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781906735135
  • Publisher: Rebellion
  • Publication date: 9/16/2009
  • Series: Twilight of Kerberos Series , #4
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Mike Wild is much older than he has a right to be, considering the kebabs, the booze and the fags. Maybe it's because he still thinks he's 15. Apart from dabbling occasionally in publishing and editing, he's been a freelance writer for ever, clawing his way up to his current dizzy heights by way of work as diverse as Doctor Who, Masters of the Universe, Starblazer, 'Allo 'Allo! and ­ erm ­ My Little Pony. Counting one Teen Romance, one ABC Warriors and two Caballistics Inc, The Clockwork King of Orl is his fifth novel. However, only his beloved wife and tuna-scoffing cat give him the recognition he deserves.

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