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By Simon R. Green

Within the land of chateau middle of the night, the place the genuine and the artificial exist facet by means of aspect, the king has simply been assassinated, leaving a conflict for succession among his sons. Into this mess of magic and intrigue comes the as soon as "Great" Jordan, a favored actor who has fallen on tough instances. Now Jordan has an opportunity to redeem himself within the maximum function of his existence, but when he fails, it will likely be his final.

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Blood and Honor (Forest Kingdom, Book 2)

Within the land of chateau middle of the night, the place the true and the factitious exist aspect by means of aspect, the king has simply been assassinated, leaving a conflict for succession among his sons. Into this mess of magic and intrigue comes the as soon as "Great" Jordan, a well-liked actor who has fallen on tough occasions. Now Jordan has an opportunity to redeem himself within the maximum position of his existence, but when he fails, will probably be his final.

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