The Ukinhan Wilds

The Ukinhan Wilds Assassin Rogue Demon s bane Dragon slayer Kylac Kronus has been called many names, and earned every one of them Months shy of his seventeenth spring, he is already the deadliest man alive Nothing be it man or beast has been able to prove otherwise Uncomfortable with his newfound fame following the War of the Demon Queen, Kylac seeks fresh adventure overseas, recruited by a band of outlanders under royal commission to escort a kidnapped princess back to her father, King Kendarrion, ruler of the Sundered Isle They warn him that, to do so, he will brave tempest seas full of raging leviathans while seeking to evade those responsible for the princess s abduction including a terrifying mutant left over from the days of the Mage Wars Kylac readily agrees But when the mutant proves as cunning as it is savage, the perilous voyage gives way to an even deadlier trek across a poisoned wilderness once home to the ancient Gorrethrehn Breeders a sect of magi known for their foul creation practices Stalked by bestial denizens, treacherous companions, and horrors that his blades cannot touch, Kylac finds himself embattled as never before For the mutant is relentless in its hunt, the island s terrors do not rest, and not even the deadliest man alive can hope to emerge unscathed. Best Read Books The Ukinhan Wilds author Eldon Thompson –

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  • Hardcover
  • 360 pages
  • The Ukinhan Wilds
  • Eldon Thompson
  • 03 November 2018
  • 1948825007

10 thoughts on “The Ukinhan Wilds

  1. Collin Greenwood says:

    It plays out like an action movie, with all the tension, daring swordplay, and disaster that one might expect It s escapist fantasy to be sure, and expertly done Eldon Thompson is back, and in fine form If I had any complaints, it would be that the ending of this first volume came a bit too quickly There was a lot to wrap up there, and I felt that where the rest took a while,...

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