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Luin, the Sapphire: Book 5 in the Aglaril Cycle

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Book 5, Luin the Sapphinre, resumes Evan's story. Back in Book 2, he was named Baron of Pennarth and charged with this troubled part of Wrightwood duchy to its former glory. The old baron, Senach, died without an heir and necromancers moved in and took over, scattering the barony’s army to remote strongholds and subjecting the townsfolk of Irenrhod. The town is without a mayor having been murdered some months ago and all that is left of the town guards are some old men who up to the task.

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Upon arriving at Pennarth castle, Evan finds its walls breached and the staff scared like sheep. Slowly Evan rebuilds castle’s army and the town guard, causing quite a stir in town. But when he appoints a mayor, the local guild of thieves strikes back and attempts to assassinate Evan.

Unable the control the situation the guild leader contacts the necromancers who send mindless, animated dead corpses from the grave that can rend stone and flesh, and spread terror into the hearts and minds of everyone. But Evan refuses to yield, angering the dark mages to such an extent that they swoop down on Irenrhod and blast it to bits.

Amazed that the power of the necromancers, Evan realizes he must discover the power source of the wizards and defeat them they destroy Pennarth and everyone in town is murdered.

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Brian Maguire says...
Feitelberg's Aglaril Cycle continues with a refreshing change of pace. In this volume we leave the questing team behind and follow Evan, the priest of St. Michael who had earlier split from the group. It's a battle of knights against necromancers and thoroughly enjoyable. There's even a bit of romance thrown in. If you are a fan of swords and sorcery style fantasy you'll love it. Even if your tastes (like mine) go in different directions, you'll find it a very relaxing ... Read More
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