The House of the Stag

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Macmillan, Sep 16, 2008 - Fiction - 350 pages
13 Reviews

Before the Riders came to their remote valley the Yendri led a tranquil pastoral life. When the Riders conquered and enslaved them, only a few escaped to the forests. Rebellion wasn't the Yendri way; they hid, or passively resisted, taking consolation in the prophecies of their spiritual leader.

Only one possessed the necessary rage to fight back: Gard the foundling, half-demon, who began a one-man guerrilla war against the Riders. His struggle ended in the loss of the family he loved, and condemnation from his own people.

Exiled, he was taken as a slave by powerful mages ruling an underground kingdom. Bitterer and wiser, he found more subtle ways to earn his freedom. This is the story of his rise to power, his vengeance, his unlikely redemption and his maturation into a loving father--as well as a lord and commander of demon armies.

Kage Baker, author of the popular and witty fantasy, The Anvil of the World, returns to that magical world for another story of love, adventure, and a fair bit of ironic humor.

  

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Review: The House of the Stag (Lord Ermenwyr #2)

User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book - it's a prequel to The Anvil of the World. Of the two, I prefer Anvil. Stag is a bit slower and much less funny. Also more spiritual and meandering. But still great, because Kage Baker is great. Read full review

Review: The House of the Stag (Lord Ermenwyr #2)

User Review  - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book - it's a prequel to The Anvil of the World. Of the two, I prefer Anvil. Stag is a bit slower and much less funny. Also more spiritual and meandering. But still great, because Kage Baker is great. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
35
Section 3
133
Section 4
155
Section 5
234
Section 6
268
Section 7
351
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About the author (2008)

Kage Baker lives in Pismo Beach, CA.

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