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Book Two of the Chronicles of Hawklan. The darkness of ancient times is spreading over the land of Fyorlund and tainting even the Great Harmony of Orthlund. The ailing King Rgoric has imprisoned the much-loved and respected Lords Eldric, Arinndier, Darek and Hreldar; he has suspended the ancient ruling council of the Geadrol; he has formed his own High Guard, filling its rBook Two of the Chronicles of Hawklan. The darkness of ancient times is spreading over the land of Fyorlund and tainting even the Great Harmony of Orthlund. The ailing King Rgoric has imprisoned the much-loved and respected Lords Eldric, Arinndier, Darek and Hreldar; he has suspended the ancient ruling council of the Geadrol; he has formed his own High Guard, filling its ranks with violent unruly men; and Mandrocs have been seen even in Orthlund. At the centre of this corruption is the King's advisor, the evil Lord Dan-Tor, who is determined to destroy the peace won by Ethriss and the Guardians eons ago, and surrender the land to his Dark Lord, Sumeral. The people look to Hawklan to make a stand against Dan-Tor. But is he a healer or a soldier? Deep within himself, Hawklan has felt an ancient power, and when threatened has been seen to fight like a warrior out of legend. Hawklan knows he must confront Dan-Tor before the land falls forever to the encroaching, eternal night......

Title : The Fall of Fyorlund
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ISBN : 9780747231189
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 467 Pages
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The Fall of Fyorlund Reviews

  • Ted Cross
    2018-12-08 22:54

    This book was much longer than the first in the series, but not as good unfortunately. The beginning was especially weak, with characters making decisions that made no sense. The head hopping got to be too much as well. At least the ending was stronger, which led to me giving it three stars rather than two and a half.

  • Tom
    2018-12-16 01:55

    Rereading this, I enjoyed it though nostalgia definitely was a factor. The characterisation is somewhat weak.