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Five Star Science Fiction/Fantasy - Demonsouled

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Mazael Cravenlock returns home to Castle Cravenlock with his friend Gerald Roland to find that his sister Rachel has been kidnapped by Sir Tanam Crowley, vassal of Lord Richard Mandragon. Mazael rescues Rachel and returns her to their brother, Lord Mitor, who plans a rebellion against Richard Mandragon. As Mitor plans his rebellion, rumors of dark magic and animated corpse ...more
Hardcover, 440 pages
Published May 13th 2005 by Five Star
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Kaethe
Jul 14, 2014 Kaethe marked it as abandoned
Oh, dear. Writer making an ass of himself in public: No Chicks with Swords in Fantasy, Damnit, Because I Don't Like Strong Women

Just to remind myself that I will not be adding his books to my list at any time.
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