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The epic Harbinger of Doom saga continues in Blood, Fire, and Thorn, the exciting fifth volume in the series.

When the black elf king comes calling,

Hide your children and your gold,

When dead men hunger, outside, the bitter cold,

When trolls venture down from mountain peak,

Hold tightly your bones, for them they seek.

Beware they who thirst on island bleak,

The Regent to come and scourge your keep,

The Black Hand will stalk you, their ranks ever deep,

And Thetan will be there, of his wrath you will weep,

The Harbinger of Doom, your soul to reap.

©2013 Glenn G. Thater (P)2017 Glenn G. Thater

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  • Jermain Martinez
  • 24-11-18

This is such a Great series

Can not wait for the next book, enjoying Theta and his crew immensely. This book does not have as much Theta and Ob as I would of liked but the story especially the end was well worth the credit

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  • 14-11-18

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its a great story with good narrators, just super short content. I guess I'm just used to l longer novels