By Richard Knaak
The second one name in a brand new trilogy from best-selling writer Richard A. Knaak, now in paperback.
This direct follow-up to the best-selling struggle of Souls trilogy bargains with the minotaurs, a race with which ny instances best-selling writer Knaak is very linked within the minds of Dragonlance novels fanatics. This sequence strikes the minotaur species to the leading edge of the Dragonlance world.
AUTHOR BIO: Richard A. Knaak is the writer of over dozen fable novels, together with the Dragonlance novel titles Kaz the Minotaur and the hot York instances best-selling The Legend of Huma. he's presently engaged on Empire of Blood, the concluding quantity within the Minotaur Wars trilogy. different contemporary works contain Day of the Dragon and Legacy of Blood, in keeping with the preferred computing device video games Warcraft™ and Diablo™.
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