Last of the Tuath Dé

Last of the Tuath Dé

Last of the Tuath Dé

Last of the Tuath Dé

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Overview

The world has changed. Septimus Bridge, greatest of all Demon Hunters, is gone forever. Only two of his former disciples remain to confront hellion invaders from the Netherworld. A far greater threat, however, looms, and the portents are impossible to ignore. Izanami, who has not dreamed in decades, is plagued by nightmares. Her partner Sapphire has gone missing. As hysteria takes over the airwaves and social media, law and order breaks down around the world. In the most worrying sign, the dead have returned to walk the earth. What is the secret of the mysterious crystal that has fallen into Izanami's possession? Who are the Zen'ei, and what explains their relentless control of so many minds all around the world? Why are ruthless Mercenaries hunting a young boy, who has no memory of who is or where he came from? Can Izanami, alone and on the run, keep him alive long enough to solve the mystery? As the truth is revealed, all hope appears lost. The Old Ones, who held sway long before recorded history, are stirring again—and they want this world back.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186576853
Publisher: Scott R. Larson
Publication date: 08/11/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 438 KB

About the Author

Scott R. Larson is the author of six novels, including three in the fantasy genre. They include the stand-alone story The Three Towers of Afranor as well as The Curse of Septimus Bridge, set in a fantastical world of demons and Mages and which introduced the Demon Hunters Sapphire and Izanami. Last of the Tuath Dé is the continuation of their adventures. He has also authored a trio of books about the adventures of one Dallas Green, spanning many years and locations. Larson is a native of California’s San Joaquin Valley, the original inspiration source for the Dallas Green tales. Other places he’s lived also provide settings for his books—and inspirations for characters—including Seattle, France, Chile, and his current home, the West of Ireland. In addition to novels, he also writes several blogs, including one of the internet’s longest-running movie review web sites, ScottsMovies.com, which has been logging online film commentary since 1995.
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