Ohlen’s Bane, Kindle

Ohlen’s Bane, Kindle

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Book Two, The Taesian Chronicles

Kindle format (313 pages, estimated)

There is no honor among brothers.

Ohlen receives an unexpected visit from Kha’ard, the honorable cru’gan, bringing portentous news of strange artifacts he’d found in a remote northern cave. Joined by the affable shaman, Ahmahn, and the young warrior, Therran, they travel to the city of Eeron to warn Regent Merrick Stonehorn, Ohlen’s old friend and mentor. They discover Merrick has his own problems as workers in the nearby iron mines have been found with their heads cut off.

Suspecting an invasion from Dvaken, a strange yet powerful race of human-like creatures, Merrick seeks help in the most unlikely of places. Can the city be saved?

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Book Two, The Taesian Chronicles

Kindle format (313 pages, estimated)

There is no honor among brothers.

Ohlen receives an unexpected visit from Kha’ard, the honorable cru’gan, bringing portentous news of strange artifacts he’d found in a remote northern cave. Joined by the affable shaman, Ahmahn, and the young warrior, Therran, they travel to the city of Eeron to warn Regent Merrick Stonehorn, Ohlen’s old friend and mentor. They discover Merrick has his own problems as workers in the nearby iron mines have been found with their heads cut off.

Suspecting an invasion from Dvaken, a strange yet powerful race of human-like creatures, Merrick seeks help in the most unlikely of places. Can the city be saved?

 

Reviews

  1. Threewood

    By Threewood, Amazon.com, December 10, 2014

    I enjoyed this sequel to Ohlen’s Arrow. Ohlen’s Bane is a fast-paced adventure that takes the reader through cruel betrayal, bloody battles, and a harrowing journey. Williamson has a flair for dialogue and nicely fleshes out the characters first introduced in Ohlen’s Arrow. They are multi-dimensional and complex, just like real people. There’s plenty for action fans to enjoy too; the battle scenes are vivid and well-executed. The ending leaves room for future adventures and I look forward to seeing where Williamson takes the series.

  2. Kindle Customer (verified owner)

    By Kindle Customer, Amazon.com, May 8, 2015

    After reading the first book I knew I needed to continue with the series. I did not regret that choice in the least after reading this book. I very much look forward to book 3 when it comes out.

  3. Meekiemouse (verified owner)

    By Meekiemouse, Amazon.com, February 11, 2016

    I delved into the depths of fastasmic literature seeking a story rich with good intentions and rife with pure deceit and evil. My quest was quenched with book two of The Taesian Chronicles “Ohlen’s Bane” This story is about the enthralling fight for good, the struggle for power, and the difficult cost it takes to prevail. I enjoyed this story even more than the first book of the Taesian series, Ohlen’s Arrow (which is a 5-star must-read). Author Steven Scott Williamson carried forward in this second book of the series with a story that pulls me into each character, hoping for either their demise or vindication.I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series.

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