Marak Fourfingers, the lead character in Adrian Stone’s Devil-trilogy, is no more than a memory.
The mad God-Emperor of Kadish rules with an iron fist, making full use of the power granted by the Eighth Rune. While he sets in motion his diabolical plans, a lethal mist starts flowing from the tree temple on the Carolian peninsula – a mist that threatens to destroy all life on both continents.
In the meantime, rune priest Ghelan struggles with his recently acquired powers and is faced with a desperate choice. Serina, priestess and harem member, also gets dragged along in the unscrupulous race between power-hunger and survival instinct – a race that affects even the world of the gods.
In this compelling sequel to The Eighth Rune, Adrian Stone again shares his visions on timeless, life-determining aspects: power and its misuse, discrimination, global harmony, and how to reach it.
‘Rune combines classical fantasy with contemporary social themes. The plot is carried by life-like characters and a fascinating setting.’ Fantasywereld.nl
Adrian Stone is the pseudonym for Ad van Tiggelen (1958). Like no other, Stone possesses the literary qualities to encapsulate complicated matters such as religion and history in a compellingly thrilling, classically modelled fantasy story. Find more information about the author and his books on: www.adrianstone.com