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Across The Face Of The World

By Russell Kirkpatrick
  • ISBN Code: : 9780730491354
  • Publisher : HarperCollins Australia
  • Pages : 640
  • Category : Fiction
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From a tiny snowbound village, five men and women begin a dangerous quest to challenge darkness, fulfill a prophecy and change the course of their world's history. For 2000 years, Kannwar, the Immortal Destroyer, Lord of Bhrudwo, has been planning revenge on the Most High. Mahnum has escaped the Destroyer's prison, but on his way home to Loulea, he and his wife are captured. His sons, Leith and Hal, set off in pursuit with a small group of villagers to free their parents and to warn their world of the coming war. But not all of the Company agree that so few can make a difference.or think that anyone will listen to them. Across the Face of the World is a remarkable feat of storytelling - a dazzling epic from a stunning new talent.

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