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   Dark Shore, The, by Adam Lee  
 
  Novel, first publication in March 1997 , latest edition in March 1998
 
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      There are seven Dominion of Irth, rules by the benevolent wizarduke Lord Drev--a once-peaceful world now torn asunder by the vengeful and might Dark Lord. Once the usurper was merely mortal--a scavenger who found a fabled sword and raised it high to lead the wretched in bloody, failed revolt against the ruling Peers. But the Abyss into which he was cast for his abominations has transformed the baseborn Wrat into Hu'dre Vra--a foul being of great, godless power and undiminished fury. He is now the Dark Lord, crossing over from the Dark Shore with is nightmare hordes of winged flesh-devouring cacodemons--determined to devastate the world that rejected him...and remake it in his own vile image.With horror, the people of Irth realize that the Charm that magically protects them has been rendered powerless against the onslaught. The once-majestic floating city of Arwar Odawl lies in smoking ruin. And Lord Drev must find refuge from his terrible foe among the streetfighters, pickpockets and destitute urchins who inhabit

     
     
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  • Dominions of Irth (#1)

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