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House of Ruin

(Scion #2)

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When the beleaguered citizens of the capitol city of Thelona are swept by plague in the absence of their ruling class, who have fled it en masse, desperation finally pushes them to take to the streets. With their city burning, the Lords of Thelona have no choice but to shoulder the burden of responsibility. In the absence of their Highest, they turn to Caius, Scion of the ...more
Kindle Edition, 83 pages
Published December 26th 2019 by DCL Publications
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The second volume of the Scion series, House of Ruin was a very quick read. It made me curious and even though I knew from the beginning that it will be a short read, very fast I knew that I'll want more.

House of Ruin continues the story from the first volume and represents the bridge, the transition to the next. You have to consider that the Scion is, in fact, a serial novel and therefore you must start reading it from the first installment: House of Bardin. Fortunately for you, there is alread
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