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Altered Creatures: Sacrifice of Ericc

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Thorik Dain takes a vow to save Ericc from being sacrificed to end a prophecy. However, in doing so he finds Ericc has revenge on his mind for the murder of his father. Thorik chases Ericc across Australis to prevent him from attacking his father's killer. The same man who is planning to Sacrifice Ericc once he comes out of hiding.
Paperback, 264 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Anthony G. Wedgeworth
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Cheryl
Dec 25, 2010 Cheryl rated it really liked it
Thorik is still recovering from Ambrosius’s death. Though, Thorik can not dwell for very long. He promised Ambrosius before he died that he would find his son, Ericc and protect him from Darkmere. If Lord Darkmere was to get his hands on Ericc, all would be lost. The Oracle foretells that Ericc must be scarified in order for Darkmere’s son, Lord Bredgin to live. Can Thorik and his band of friends save Ericc before it is too late?

Thorik does not really have any special powers. The one power that
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