The Griffin's War

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Penguin, Feb 22, 2011 - Fiction - 448 pages
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After promising his allegiance to the Night God, Arenadd Taranisaii escapes death for the second time and vows to free his people. With the dark griffin Skandar by his side, Arenadd begins to gather an army and prepare for war using the power gifted to him by the Night God to move through the shadows.

But even as Arenadd's strength grows his nemesis sets out for the Island of the Sun, seeking the one weapon that can truly kill Arenadd, the man without a heart.
 

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Contents

Whispers
Condemned
The Night Gods Promise
Reunion
The HalfBreed
The Chosen
Night Travels
Gwernyfed
The War Begins
Evil Tactics
The Sea and the
Outwitted
On the Island of the
Raising the Banner
The Weapon
Fatherhood

Starting a
Warwick
Rebirth
The War Begins
The Council
Treasures
An Old Friend
Memories
Skades Quest
Traitors
Plots
Skenfríth
Consequences
Lost Memories
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Born in Canberra in 1986, Katie J. Taylor attended Radford College, where she wrote her first novel, The Land of Bad Fantasy. She studied for a Bachelor's Degree in Communications at the University of Canberra, and graduated in 2007 before going on to do a Graduate Certificate in Editing in 2008.

She is also the author of the Fallen Moon Trilogy: The Dark GriffinGriffin's Flight, and Griffin's War, as well as the Risen Sun Trilogy: The Shadow’s Heir, The Shadowed Throne, and The Shadow’s Heart.


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