Mage Knight 2: Dark Debts

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 26, 2003 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Inspired by the popular game, the adventure continues as the mighty force of change rages across the Atlantean Empire—and exiles mount a sinister campaign of their own. . . .

MAGE KNIGHT: DARK DEBTS

As the dedicated members of the Black Powder Rebels make their move against the Atlantis Guild, chaos spreads throughout the Land. A group of Elves called the Necropolis Sect has devoted itself to mastering the dark arts and raising creatures from the grave. Driven from Atlantis years ago, they have established a hidden city of the dead in the distant Serpine Mountains.

An accomplished assassin from the Necropolis Sect, Kerraii is the mistress to Sarnen, an influential Death Speaker. Indebted to Sarnen for sparing her family, Kerraii belongs entirely to him body and soul. But after being sent into combat against Atlantis, Kerraii is imprisoned as a Magestone miner. While struggling to hide her true identity, she discovers a secret that could mean her freedom from Sarnen’s control. But will she be able to escape the clutches of slavery to plot her revenge?

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About the author (2003)

After obtaining a degree in wildlife illustration and environmental education, Doranna Durgin spent a number of years deep in the Appalachian Mountains, riding the trails and writing SF and fantasy books (A Feral Darkness, Wolverine’s Daughter). She now lives in the Northern Arizona mountains, where she still writes and rides, focusing on classical dressage with her Lipizzan. There’s a mountain looming outside her office window, a pack of dogs romping in her house, and a laptop sitting on her deskŠand that’s just the way she likes it.

Visit the author’s Web site at www.doranna.net.


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