Sworn Sword

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Marvel Enterprises, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 152 pages
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Adapting New York Times best-selling author George R. R. Martin's The Sworn Sword The long-awaited sequel to The Hedge Knight tells the story of the adventures of Ser Duncan and his squire one year after their initial meeting at the tournament in Ashford. After traveling the land in search of the puppeteer girl Tanselle, Dunk and Egg find themselves in the charge of Ser Eustace, an aged knight who has accepted Dunk as his sworn sword. But Ser Eustace has another knight in his service who is nothing but trouble, and he will make Dunk's life far more difficult when he rashly attacks a peasant and causes grief to a local noble, the Lady Rohanne Webber. But the Lady Rohanne has problems of her own - and she knows the truth about Ser Eustace and the side he took in the battle of Redgrass Field. Collects Hedge Knight II: Sworn Sword #1-6.

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Review: The Hedge Knight II: Sworn Sword ( The Hedge Knight Graphic Novels II)

User Review  - Rohit Gupta - Goodreads

Has the battle of the Redgrass field in a flashback sequence, first we see the enigmatic Bloodraven. Read full review

Review: The Hedge Knight II: Sworn Sword ( The Hedge Knight Graphic Novels II)

User Review  - Kenneth - Goodreads

Great second installment. Even though this story follows two of the more important people in Westeros, they aren't quite famous yet. Because of this, the tale affords us a glimpse at the life of ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

George R. R. Martin was born on September 20, 1948 in Bayonne, New Jersey. He began writing at an early age, selling monster stories for pennies to neighborhood children. He received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Journalism from Northwestern University. In 1986, he worked as a story editor for the CBS series The Twilight Zone. He was also an executive story consultant, producer and co-supervising producer for CBS's Beauty and the Beast. In 1970, he sold the story The Hero to Galaxy magazine. Since becoming a full-time writer in 1979, he has written many novels, stories, and series including A Song for Lya, Portraits of His Children, The Pear-Shaped Man, and the Song of Ice and Fire series. He has won numerous awards including five Locus Awards, three Hugo Awards and two Nebula awards.

Ben Avery is a high school teacher, a playwright, comic book writer, and active children's ministry worker. His work is designed to captivate readers and lead them to a closer relationship with Christ. He is the author of Kingdoms: A Biblical Epic and TimeFlyz. SPANISH BIO: Ben Avery es maestro de secundaria, autor dramatico, escribe tiras comicas y trabajador activo en el ministerio de ninos. Su trabajo esta disenado para cautivar a los lectores y llevarlos a tener una relacion con Cristo. el es el autor de las series, Reinos: Una epica biblica y Cronomoscas.

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