By David Dalglish
The battle god Thulos marches internationally of Dezrel, recruiting squaddies into his demon military and annihilating all who stand opposed to him. by using 3 Kings, Harruq Tun and his neighbors needs to store the country of Mordan, whose priest-king has sworn to the darkish god, and should summon no matter what nightmarish creatures essential to preserve rule. as soon as freed, they could flip their cognizance east, to the warfare god's procedure. prior to the partitions of Mordeina, and excessive above within the golden urban of Avlimar, the final survivors make their stand opposed to a global of dying and conquest. A SLIVER OF REDEMPTION through David Dalglish the ultimate conflict has come.
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Such is the state of all men, no different from you. And now we play this game, as if the crimes mattered, as if we live by the limits of man instead of the limits of Ashhur. Who will you be, Qurrah? ” Qurrah felt a mixture of shame, embarrassment, and relief as he spoke his words. ” “Then consider yourself forgiven,” Azariah said. Ahaesarus sheathed his sword. It was as if a bolt of lightning struck the campfire. The paladins stood and murmured to each other, seeing a sight they had seen so many times back at the Citadel, while Aurelia went to her husband, pulling him away so she could tend to his wounds.
He said nothing, though he had much he wished to say. He knew so little of her. She was his brother's wife and, in a distant time, a friend. Now she was a stranger, wounded and tired. “Harruq will be fine,” she said, breaking the silence as she crossed her legs and sat across from him. Outside the tent, the angels guarding him shuffled, their weapons clacking against their armor. “He has certainly endured far worse before,” Qurrah said. “You could say that,” Aurelia said, and Qurrah felt a stab in his gut.
There was hardly room for the two of them, unless Velixar crowded close, and he would not dare such a bold gesture, not yet. He followed her gaze, knowing she looked after the long distant army of Ashhur. if indeed she still did love Qurrah Tun. But her magic had left her. The goddess no longer shone down on her beloved daughter. “We will march after them soon,” he said, after waiting to ensure Tessanna had nothing she wished to say. “Thulos wanted to study maps and consult his most trusted before moving out.
A Sliver of Redemption, Book 5 The Half-Orcs by David Dalglish