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➧ The King Beyond the Gate (The Drenai Saga, #2) Ebook ➭ Author David Gemmell – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

The King Beyond the Gate (The Drenai Saga, #2) The King Beyond The Gate The Drenai Saga, 2 Download Author David Gemmell Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Once The Mighty Fortress Had Stood Strong, Defended By The Mightiest Of All Drenai Heroes, Druss, The Legend But Now A Tyrannical, Mad Emperor Had Seized Control Of The Fortress, And His Twisted Will Was Carried Throughout The Land By The Joinings Abominations That Were Half Man, Half Beast Tenaka Khan Was A Half Breed Himself, Hated By The Drenai For His Nadir Blood And Despised By The Nadir For His Drenai Ancestry But He Alone Had A Plan To Destroy The Emperor The Last Heroes Of The Drenai Joined With Him In A Desperate Gamble To Bring Down The Emperor Even At The Cost Of Their Own Destruction.

➧ The King Beyond the Gate (The Drenai Saga, #2)  Ebook ➭ Author David Gemmell – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 419 pages
  • The King Beyond the Gate (The Drenai Saga, #2)
  • David Gemmell
  • English
  • 04 March 2018
  • 1857236653

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  1. says:

    The King Beyond the Gate The Drenai Saga 2 , David GemmellThe King Beyond The Gate is a fantasy novel by British writer David Gemmell It was published in 1985 It was the second book published by Gemmell, after Legend, published a year earlier The book is set in the same fictional world as Legend, that of the Drenai, but is not a sequel in the usual sense as the events of the two books take place around a century apart Thus the main protagonists of Legend are long since dead and play little The King Beyond the Gate The Drenai Saga 2 , David GemmellThe King Beyond The Gate is a fantasy novel by British writer David Gemmell It was published in 1985 It was the second book published by Gemmell, after Legend, published a year earlier The book is set in the same fictional world as Legend, that of the Drenai, but is not a sequel in the usual sense as the events of the two books take place around a century apart Thus the main...


  2. says:

    For centuries the Drenai have turned back enemies who would have done this to our land And now we do it ourselves King Beyond the Gate is the second volume of the Drenai saga The action takes place 100 years after the events described in the Legend The Drenai land was taken over by usurper Ceska, who created an army of mutants called Joinings The tyrant is aided by the evil equivalent of...


  3. says:

    I think the blurb on my edition s cover gave the best description of the book, The greatest army of the Drenai was dead to a man and that man sought revenge There is almost nothingto say The Drenai nation is under the rule of a tyrant who can create a mutants werewolves werebears, etc to support his oppression of people A former general o...


  4. says:

    There s a reason why the David Gemmell awards are called, the David Gemell awards All fantasy fans need to read these books Granted it s only the second one I ve read but they re already amongst my favourites Gemmell writes about Valour, Pride and Friendship really well I love that this story is epic in nature, but not in page number Modern day authors might have stretched this one book out to a trilogy and milked it for everything Absolutely amazing, already added the whole series t...


  5. says:

    The perpetually imperiled nation of the Drenai is under attack once , not by the Nadir hordes of the northern steppes, but by their own government under the tyrant Ceska Attentive readers of the awesome Legend, which dealt with the First Nadir War, are obviously gonna be confused by Gemmell s almost immediate mention of the Second Nadir War in between the first and second books Well, turns out, in the wake of the events in Legend, the Drenai formed a badass ultra elite regiment called the The perpetually i...


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    4.5 4.5


  7. says:

    I was super nervous when I started The King Beyond The Gate You see, I read this book 10 years ago and the hero, Tenaka Khan was my first experience of a larger than life warrior I absolutely loved him So I had all these expectations and I started it with the worry, Would this book be as amazing as it d been the first time When I read it the first time, I was much younger and I worried that my older self wouldn t be as impressed by Tenaka Kha...


  8. says:

    I was very ready to be disappointed by this novel second of a series as well as one of the first few Gemmells I ve read There were times when it seemed like the story was a little too similar to Legend but for the most part this resolved into the fact that it was really the same conflict, a generation later I also feared that the romantic interests in the novel would see Gemmell starting to emulate that other David, Eddings, in the cozy, cloying way he pairs off members of his party of adven I was very ready to be disappointed by this novel second of a series as well as one of the first few Gemmells I ve read There were times when it seemed like the story was a little too similar to Legend but for the most part this resolved into the fact that it was really the same conflict, a generation later I also feared that the romantic interests in the novel would see Gemmell starting to emulate that other David, E...


  9. says:

    I expected this to fill in the holes in Druss saga, but it was set after his time He was a legendary hero to aspire to It was a good SS tale I liked it at least as much as the first book There were a lot of conflicted characters, none perfectly good or bad No unicorns farting rainbows some things just don t work out good characters die.This isn t a deep complex series, though That is not a criticism, just an observation Gemmell just shows us the bit of the world we need, alt I expected this to fill in the holes in Druss saga, but it was set after his time He was a legendary hero to aspire to It was a good SS tale I liked it at least as much as the first book There were a lot of conflicted characters, none perfectly good or bad No unicorns farting rainbows some things just don t work out good characters die.This isn t a de...

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