The Warrior-prophet

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Overlook Press, 2005 - Fiction - 607 pages
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In The Warrior Prophet, the second volume of The Prince of Nothing trilogy, the thrilling story of the powerful logician-monk Anasurimbor Kellhus and the apocalyptic Holy War is continued, as readers are invited further into the darkly enchanting, horrifying threatening battlescape upon which the war will be decided.
As the crusade plunges violently southward, struggling with both the enemy and internecine turmoil, the enigmatic Kellhus finds himself ever closer to the elusive goal of meeting his father, gaining further mastery of the ancient knowledge he will need for the encounter. And amid the brewing apocalypse, his swift-rising career has aroused more than curiosity from his enemies. With each step south, the challenges and perils mount, as the enigmas surrounding Kellhus and his quest blur in and out of focus.

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User Review  - Cecrow - LibraryThing

I liked the first book, first novel hiccups aside, and there's enough action and intrigue in this second one to keep the pages turning - it's a good story. I wish I better knew the philosophy field ... Read full review

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User Review  - BayardUS - LibraryThing

Despite a promising beginning, this series botched the characters, plot, and story structure so badly that it isn't worth reading. Whether you're looking for good writing and deeper meaning or just an ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

R. Scott Bakkernbsp;is a student of literature, history, philosophy, and ancient languages. Hisnbsp;previous books include the Prince of Nothing trilogy: The Darkness that Comes Before, The Warrior Prophet, and The Thousandfold Thought. The Aspect-Emperor series is a sequel series that includesnbsp;The Judging Eye, The White-Luck Warrior,nbsp;and The Great Ordeal. He lives in London, Ontario.

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