The King Beyond the Gate (Drenai Series)

The King Beyond the Gate (Drenai Series)

by David Gemmell

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ISBN-13: 9780099470106
Publisher: Random House Adult Trade Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/27/1994
Series: Drenai Series
Pages: 416

About the Author

Most famous for his debut novel Legend, which became the first book in the Drenai series, David Gemmell (1948-2006) was a British fantasy writer who eventually wrote thirty books. He described his novels as "essentially Christian books," and they are known for featuring heroic characters with tragic flaws and promoting the value of redemption.

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THE BARRACKS BUILDINGS stood shrouded in snow, the broken windows hanging open like old, unhealed wounds. The square once trodden flat by ten thousand men was now uneven as the grass pushed against the snow above it.
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It is an amzing book
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I just bought David Gemmell's "The King Beyond the Gate" To find the first 32 Pages are from "Thinner," which is a Stephen King book under the name Richard Bachman. I wouldn't care but when it gets to Gemmell's writing is starts 25 pages into the story near the end of chapter two. I was wondering if anyone else has run into this problem.
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Great book
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