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Book Title: The Killing Song|
The author of the book: Don Bassingthwaite
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 9.48 MB
Edition: Wizards of the Coast
Date of issue: December 12th 2006
ISBN 13: 9780786942435
Read full description of the books The Killing Song:Sealed away for ages, a forgotten horror reaches out for new power.
Three heroes know the danger. In the City of Towers, a tormented mystic and a soldier-wizard try to thwart a monstrous scheme. In the Shadow Marches, a disgraced warrior summons an ancient sect to battle.
As a dragon rises, can their struggle succeed? Or will they fall to madness and the music of the Killing Song?
The thrilling conclusion to The Dragon Below trilogy!
Don Bassingthwaite is the author of numerous fantasy and dark fantasy novels. His latest books are "The Yellow Silk, " "Mistress of the Night" (co-authored with Dave Gross), "The Binding Stone, " and "The Grieving Tree." Don lives in Toronto, surrounded by gadgets, spice jars, and too many books.
Read information about the authorDon lives with his partner in Toronto, surrounded by gadgets, spice jars, and too many books.
No, I don’t normally refer to myself in the third person. That’s the official author bio from the back of my most recent books. You want some other trivia?
I’m a fan of the serial comma.
I’m a huge fan of breakfast cereal.
I own one (and only one) stuffed animal — a Highland cow from Edinburgh named “Ewan MooGregor.”
I love Edinburgh and London — other large cities visited in the UK include Bath and Plymouth. I’ve also been to Cheddar where I ate a really good cheese sandwich.
I like cheese, especially hard and blue cheeses (Mmmm. Stilton.).
I look terrible in hats with the exception (for unknown reasons) of a few ball caps of particular colour and design.
I look good in rugby shirts, but don’t really own any as I neither play rugby nor follow the sport enough to feel honest buying the shirt of any particular team.
I don’t play or follow soccer either, but that didn’t stop me from choosing a “shirt team” in the last World Cup, wearing their shirt, and cheering for them in pubs. Go Netherlands!
To quote Paul S. Kemp, “Mmm. Beer.”
I have seriously considered buying a kilt. Update March 2008: The kilt has been bought!
Kilt, cow, and fondness for Edinburgh aside, I’m not Scottish.
More to come, I’m sure!
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