The Lord Protector Book II: Fortress of Knighthood

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Sir Denebar has won the battle against the undead legions of Red Shakasha... or has he? Apparently defeated, the witch departs with laughter, leaving Denebar and his shattered forces to recover from the horrors of the fight.

Ahead now lies the sacred Valley of Avellar, where Denebar hopes that wise Sir Kirin can provide some answer to the riddle of the Old Daishen...

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 87,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476044019
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Review by: Erin Miller on July 19, 2012 :
Sir Denebar thought he defeated the Red Witch Shakasha. However, this is not to be. Sir Denebar and his party seek out the aid of Kirin for the mystery of the Old Daishen for a certain prophecy. That was really interesting.

Hordes of undead creatures ransack this books pages. It’s a constant “Thriller” throughout the book. (Yes, I referenced Michael Jackson here, shut up and laugh!) Zombies, witches, wyverns, and more complete this adventure. It’s a fun one!

Mr. Jones imagination is indeed wild! Aside from hordes of undead, you have torture that no human would be able to bear. The book is one giant blood bath after another. My type of book! Ha, ha! There were a few twists and turns in this book, something I have come to expect and it was awesome. Really, the only way you won’t like this book is if you’re not into fantasy/zombie adventures so to speak.

I love how Mr. Jones incorporates mythology into his books. It really is a must read for anyone seeking something fun and fast paced. I think I solved the riddle of the Old Daishen but I will have to see. I can’t wait for the next installment of this adventure.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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