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Titel: Sword in the Storm
Verlag: Bantam Press, London
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Good
Art des Buches: Used
Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Superficial marks and scores on dust jacket. Jacket edges are lightly creased. Minor nicks on spine foot and front upper leading corner. Hardcover spine ends are lightly bumped and worn. Front board is scored. Page block is tanned. Paper is split on hinge of title page, but binding remains intact. Page 45 is creased. Upper edges of pages are lightly marked. Text is clear throughout. HJW. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 300207
Inhaltsangabe: A tale of love and honour, friendship and courage, set in the intriguing worlds of Celtic myth and earth magic.
Rezension: Followers of David Gemmell since the publication of his first novel Legend in 1984, will be used to his ability to weave a compulsively engaging story, and Sword In The Storm is no different. But in the intervening years, his skill in mixing mysticism with stark reality; tenderness with the brutality of battle, and credible lands with well-drawn characters, has continued to develop.
Sword In The Storm is the first in the Rigante Series and traces the young life of Connavar--a Rigante tribesman with the mark of greatness upon him. Fighting against the flaws of his own character, the prophecies of invasion from across the water, and feted as both hero and villain, Connavar strives to secure the lands of his birth for his people through joy, tragedy and every shade in between.
This is the beginning of another epic saga from arguably the finest fantasy writer in Britain today. Following in the footsteps of the classic Drenai series and the tales of The Jerusalem Man, this offering will not disappoint Gemmell devotees. Sword In The Storm is easy on the eye and offers up a hero that can be both loved and hated in equal measure. Quite simply, David Gemmell has done it again. --James Barclay
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