The Gates of Winter: Book Five of The Last Rune

The Gates of Winter: Book Five of The Last Rune

by Mark Anthony
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The Gates of Winter: Book Five of The Last Rune by Mark Anthony

In a masterwork of brilliant storytelling, the epic fantasy of two parallel worlds--mystical Eldh and modern Earth--takes a surprising turn in Book Five of Mark Anthony’s thrilling saga of magic, suspense, and adventure, The Last Rune.

The Gates of Winter

The enigmatic Shemal has known only two Runebreakers. One, her rival Kelephon, served the Pale King and his army of apocalypse. The other was Travis Wilder, the Runebreaker of prophecy.Now, in outcast and newly made Runebreaker Larad, Shemal has found a weapon to open the door between worlds. As the shadow of Shemal’s master, the vengeful god Mohg, Lord of Nightfall, looms, Grace Beckett seeks to harness wild magic and Travis Wilder joins her in the struggle between warriors and mages, witches
and kings and betrayers of every form.

As the time of final reckoning approaches, Travis and Grace will find themselves facing a dark conspiracy of evil whose virulence threatens to overwhelm anyone who stands in its way. Yet if they don’t succeed in stopping it, two worlds will be lost forever.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553897739
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 07/29/2003
Series: The Last Rune , #5
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 592
Sales rank: 691,251
File size: 1 MB

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Gates of Winter: Book Five of the Last Rune 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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I was glad to see that the characters continue to progress as this series go along. That makes this series a satisfying read. But it was a bit anti-climatic because we all knew that Travis was going to break the last rune and then remake the world. It was the stuff that was taking place around that central story line that was both interesting and a let-down. I love what's going on with Diedre and the watchers. I loved the bits about Durge and am sorry he will no longer be around. All the prophecy stuff was a bit disappointing though. Still, the book, and the series, is worth reading.