Shackle and Sword

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Ace Books, 1999 - Fiction - 262 pages
4 Reviews
Years after being sold into slavery by his stepfather, Farris escapes with the help of his father's people -- who teach him the magic that is his birthright.

Now, as a mercenary for hire, Farris will confront the horrors of his past -- and rescue the beautiful Queen with whom he is falling in love...

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User Review  - KJ - Goodreads

It's comical how pointless this book is. Plot events occur utterly without significance. It's like reading someone's medieval-fantasy diary. "This happened, then this happened, then this. Then I took ... Read full review

Review: Shackle and Sword

User Review  - Goodreads

It's comical how pointless this book is. Plot events occur utterly without significance. It's like reading someone's medieval-fantasy diary. "This happened, then this happened, then this. Then I took ... Read full review

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