The War of Blood and Bones: Death of a Brother

Adult
The humans will feel the wraith of a pack of orcs sent to raid and pillage their small village tonight. This is the story of Lark and his brother, Surk, and how one became a legend and the other meet his death. In this short but powerful tale of brotherhood and betrayal, you will find out the secrets of the 'hero of the orcs' and exactly how he came to be the greedy monster he one day becomes. More

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About Kenneth Guthrie

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SERIES INFORMATION: The War of Blood and Bones takes place in a world where humans, elves, orcs and many other races co-exist. This is a corrupt world where no one can be trusted and no living being can live outside of the competition among countries where war is a way of life. Survival of the fittest is a mantra that all the creatures, big or small, live by in this world.

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