Evil Unto Evil (Rune Breaker, #4)

Evil Unto Evil (Rune Breaker, #4)

by Landon Porter

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Overview

Taylin's long journey has brought her many blessings: has new friends, a new family, and even a peace of sorts with Ru Brakar, the evil mage accidentally bound into her service. She also has a new name: Pele, and a past she isn't certain she wants to remember.

All of her joy, however, has been threatened at every turn by the demon Immurai the Masked and his quest for something called the Soul Battery. Now, the truth about the Soul Battery and why Immurai wants it have been revealed and the only hope of saving Taylin's adoptive nephew is bringing it and the awesome power it promises to the demon's own doorstep.

Faced with an island fortress protected by an army, not to mention the demon himself, Pele and her companions will need to tap every resource they can for even a hope of victory. One mistake might damn the world to Immurai's rule and cost Pele everything she's gained.

Collects Book 4, the finale of the web serial novel, Rune Breaker.

See how it all began in Book1, A Girl and Her Monster, the events that led Taylin into conflict with Immurai in Book 2, Lighter Days, Darker Nights, and the stunning revelations that came to light in Book 3, The Path of Destruction.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148963318
Publisher: Paradox-Omni Entertainment
Publication date: 12/06/2013
Series: Rune Breaker , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 334 KB

About the Author

Landon Porter is a billionaire industrialist who fights crime with the aid of his magic sword and faithful companion, Distraction Lad whenever he's not dating supermodels or fighting evil robot bears from the future. On a completely unrelated note, he makes up fanciful stories for a living.

An avid fan of superhero comics and roleplaying games, he blends tropes from both into his works along with themes of family, hope and redemption alongside a fervent rejection of cynicism and darkness.

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