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Cursed by a demonic ax and fueled by an unquenchable bloodlust, the Nameless Dwarf slaughters his own people in the thousands.

The survivors flee to the nightmare realms beyond the mountains, where no one has ever set foot and lived to tell the tale.

Freed from the ax, and horrified by what he has done, the Nameless Dwarf pursues them across the known world. Convinced there can be no atonement, he is prepared to sacrifice everything to save the last of his race from extinction.

The trail leads to the brigand town of Malfen, on the fringes of civilization. But no one passes though without paying a toll to an underground boss known as the Ant-Man. It is a toll that has already cost many their lives.

Publisher's note: A Dwarf with No Name was previously published as The Ant-Man of Malfen.

©2010-2014 D.P. Prior (P)2015 D.P. Prior

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  • Jim "The Impatient"
  • 08-10-16

WHAT THE SHUG!!

COMMON SENSE GOT THE BETTE OF HIM
This is very different. I strained to listen, cause I did not want to miss anything. This small book has got, dwarves, mages, ant men and wizards. If your in the mood for something totally different, give it a shot.

The narrator takes a little getting used to, he too is so different, but fits the writing perfectly.

24 of 26 people found this review helpful