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Uldred, the Tainted Mind

eBook (PDF), 333 Pages
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Burning in the confines of his own madness, Uldred was removed as a threat to all things good two decades ago. Yet, despite this, as darkness claws away at the lands, Eatareld, Melfina and their companions are faced with a two-pronged attack to defend their home and discover the truth behind the once good wizard. Seeking answers, Eatareld leads his men across the lands, racing against time as agents of darkness play tricks on him and seek to break his will. Barely clinging to straws to stay sane, the paladin soon finds himself in places said to have been legend; only to discover just how frighteningly real they are. Fighting a desperate battle for survival, Melfina, Uldred's favoured niece, finds herself chasing and battling the demons of mankind; at times struggling to tell man from beast. As she finds herself questioning those around her, the maiden finds herself once again questioning if Uldred was ever at fault. Something she doubted even as a child.
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  • By Matthew Taylor
    Sep 2, 2010
    Incredible. Genius. Revolutionary. In our increasingly media-driven world, these are terms that are thrown around too liberally; used to describe tales of cats flushed down toilets and politicians offering a change from the humdrum cycle of government optimism and failure. But finally, we have a product that is truly worthy of these words. People say that you should not judge a book by its cover - but the cover here sets the tone perfectly. Truly this is a novel I am proud to carry around my university campus with me, confident and beaming in the knowledge that the subtle colours and striking picture exude such maturity. As for the content, Andrew Laidler's literary sensibilities are subtle and guarded, but never once does the prose become too far abstract or the action simply become an end to itself. His work is clearly heavily influenced by Philip Roth, self-consciously and often playfully addressing the perils of establishing connections between himself and his fictional lives and... More > voices. Without doubt, this book will find its place in the canon of literature. Now Laidler must ask himself some serious questions on the autobiographical themes he incorporates into his work and whether he can continue to utilise these so majestically in his next book; but I absolutely believe there is no barrier this sublime mind cannot overcome.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Third Edition
Publisher
Self-Published
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
333
File Format
PDF
File Size
6.98 MB

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