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Plague Daemon (The Orfeo Trilogy #2)

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"Know, Harmis Detz, that every nation on earth is but appearance and illusion... What can it matter to the masters of Chaos, if a world such as yours were here, or gone, or never here at all?"

Amongst the quarrelsome towns and bandit kingdoms of the area known as the Border Princes, the Khyprian Empire stands as one of the few bulwarks of civilisation and prosperity. A mali

256 pages
Published (first published April 20th 1990)
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Jun 06, 2013 Helmut rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, deckbuch
Pinkne, putreszierende Pestilenz

Die frühen Warhammer-Romane, wie der vorliegende von Brian Craig, waren ganz anders als die spätere Generation, angeführt von Dan Abnett. Sehr viel weniger actionorientiert, dafür mit deutlich mehr Charme und Atmosphäre, inspiriert von der ruhigeren Schreibe eines Moorcock.

Der Pestgott Nurgle ist schon eine interessante Kreation. Er liebt seine Krankheiten, die er wie Kinder unter die Menschen streut, und im Gegensatz zu Khorne ist er nicht mordbesessen, sondern
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Aug 16, 2015 Michael T Bradley rated it it was ok
Maybe it was just the fact that I started this too soon after Zaragoz, but ... meh. More of the same, except ... the stakes are EVEN LOWER this time. The framing device is still pretty dull, and now it's about someone Orfeo met once, and ... blah. I just did not care. Still, the first book was great.
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Psudonym for Brian Stableford.
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Other Books in the Series

The Orfeo Trilogy (3 books)
  • Zaragoz (The Orfeo Trilogy #1)
  • Storm Warriors (The Orfeo Trilogy #3)

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