STACKING THE SHELVES, VOL. 30

sTACKING THE sHELVES

Stacking the Shelves over at Tynga’s Reviews is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, whether it be physically or virtually. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

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the bound folioThe Bound Folio by Rob J Hayes

Genre: Fantasy

Series: The Ties That Bind #3.5

Publisher: Ragnarok Publications (June 1, 2016)

Author Information: Website | Twitter

Length: 226 pages

The world is full of heroes, villains, and all the shades in between. The Bound Folio tells their stories from the tortured childhood of the legendary Blademaster the Sword of the North, to the humble origins of the Queen of the Five Kingdoms, to the death of one of the world’s greatest assassins.

This anthology collects together eight dark stories of swords, sorcery, and seduction from First Earth, the setting of Rob J. Hayes’ The Ties That Bind trilogy.

CONTENTS
“The Sword of the North” – Northborn lordling Derran Fowl has a natural affinity for swordplay. Even so, such a talent cannot contend with an alcoholic father who invites an Arbiter to their estate in order to investigate his own sickly daughter and Derran’s beloved little sister, Leesa. Learn the origins of what drives young Derran to begin a journey that ends with the Sword of the North.

“The Night Blade” – A tale in which two fabled assassins, one a veteran of the trade, the other a promising upstart, are hired by the same man to kill one another, with the prize being a major contract for a hefty sum.

“The Kid” introduces an undersized street rat at the bottom of the pecking order in his small group of famished and thieving orphans. A victim of frequent beatings and constant bullying, learn how he overcomes his enemies in the unfeeling gutters and alleyways of Korral.

“The Battle of Underbridge” – Tristan Southerland and his fellow squires intend to get riproaring drunk on a night out. Instead, they find themselves fighting for their lives — and dying — against a pestilent tide of ceaseless foes.

“The Merchant of Truridge” – Sirion Tell is married to the perfect woman, and although his father has recently passed, he has inherited a considerable sum and the future looks bright for the enterprising newlyweds…until he crosses paths with the pirate known as Drake Morass.

“The Twins” – Irris the Drurr is charged with the protection of royal half-breed twins as they flee to the surface world. In the coming weeks, beneath the open skies, will she be able to lead both small girls to a safe haven? Or will they be caught by human hunters; or worse, their own merciless people, intent on slaughtering the twins merely for being born?

“The Mistress of the West” – In the western deserts of the Five Kingdoms, the school of mistresses instructs young girls like Shián how to capture rich and powerful husbands to increase their family’s status; however, will the mistresses be able to teach Shián what cost the price of vengeance?

“Beck” – An Arbiter of the Inquisition finds herself at the mercy of pirates, taken captive for her magical abilities and used to locate a mysterious treasure. When the treasure itself turns out to potentially be heretical, the Arbiter finds she must make a choice between her duty or freedom.

Purchase the book at Amazon.

 

 

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2 Responses to STACKING THE SHELVES, VOL. 30

  1. I’ve bought a few ebooks by Rob J Hayes…hope you enjoy this one 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Another series I want to read!! Didn’t know he published an anthology with short stories though – love when authors do that.

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