Godless

Godless To Protect the Protectorate Tristan Durant once a refugee from Llael and now a priest and warcaster of the Protectorate of Menoth struggles with his faith and his role When a dark vision of the futu

  • Title: Godless
  • Author: Orrin Grey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • To Protect the Protectorate Tristan Durant, once a refugee from Llael and now a priest and warcaster of the Protectorate of Menoth, struggles with his faith and his role When a dark vision of the future warns of a rising threat to the theocracy, he returns with Hierarch Severius to the homeland for an epic confrontation against the godless enemy, the skorne And when theTo Protect the Protectorate Tristan Durant, once a refugee from Llael and now a priest and warcaster of the Protectorate of Menoth, struggles with his faith and his role When a dark vision of the future warns of a rising threat to the theocracy, he returns with Hierarch Severius to the homeland for an epic confrontation against the godless enemy, the skorne And when the Protectorate is thrown into turmoil by internal political machinations, Tristan Durant must choose a side to prevent the skorne from enslaving the faithful, and his choice will determine his fate or have it determined for him.

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      Published :2019-06-16T04:35:13+00:00


    About “Orrin Grey

    • Orrin Grey

      Orrin Grey is a skeleton who likes monsters When asked, he claims to mostly write oubliettes.



    636 thoughts on “Godless

    • Warning some minor spoilersI'm glad to see that Privateer Press is advancing the storyline of the Iron Kingdoms. We had the changeover in the leadership of Cygnar and the death of King Vinter in another book and now, in this book, the death of Hierarch Severius and the potential for new leadership in the Protectorate. This novel was mainly about the Menoth warcaster Tristan and his journey as a follower of the Menoth faith and his rise in the ranks of the Protectorate. There is some great charac [...]


    • A well told story in the Iron Kingdoms. Tristans moments of doubt are justified and the story feels true to the setting.i felt drawn to Tristan as a protagonist and somehow even other normally disliked characters from the settings path were humanized and justified in their actions without taking away from previous appearances in the setting.There were a few small editing mistakes in my copy but nothig major and nothing that broke the flow of the story for me. Normally with SIX their editing skil [...]



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