Nearly one-thousand years after his death, the dire mistakes of the great wizard Aldulan have borne their hideous fruit. Demons from the depths of the world of Termeydiun have clawed their way to the surface, vowing to invade the land of Tur-Loghan. Suggradath, King of Demons, with a voracious appetite for human suffering, musters an army of hellspawned soldiers to smite mortal-kind from the face of the planet once and for all. Termeydiun’s only hope, a motley band of wizards, warriors, thieves, and plainsmen like the ranger Gadras, stand between mortal-kind and the onslaught of the demon horde. Will they band together quickly enough to correct Aldulan’s mistakes, or will the world of Termeydiun be lost forever?
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By Eric Radulski
Oct 15, 2009
"Kingdom of the Necromancer" Reviewed by Dr. Tami Brady of TCM Reviews. (http://tcm-ca.com/index.html) Posted here by the author of the novel for your reference. The wizard Aldulan had lived for many ages before and after the coming of the mortals. In fact, it was his fascination with the short lifespan of these beings that caused the wizard to create clocks. Unfortunately with the mortals came a threat of darkness. It was this dread that caused Aldulan to create his greatest invention, the Clock of Aldulan. This was unlike any other invention. Held within this clock were all Aldulan’s magic, all his knowledge, and all his hope for mankind. Its use caused the Undoing, a fresh start for the world. A thousand years later, Aldulan’s great hope for mankind has died. The Undoing did not get rid of evil. The immortal beings once bound in Malifess now press their borders. Their sole intent is the destruction of all of Arioc. What’s more, pieces of the Clock of Aldulan which had... More > been taken apart and spread throughout the world, are now finding their way into the hands of the enemy. Who knows what kind of chaos this could cause. The world’s only hope lies with a group of Holders, people whose ancestors were given the duty of safely keeping a piece of the Clock of Aldulan. Kingdom of the Necromancer is book one of The Hands of Aldulan series. I believe the series has a good deal of potential. The storyline is classic. The characters are interesting with much potential in their interactions. An extremely cool fight scene with a gordrake at the start of the book foreshadows even better scenes to come once the Holders actually reach the tower at Tur-Loghan.< Less
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