Amarante: A Tale of Old Tharduin

In the war-torn ruins of Siphäis, two Orcs seek vengeance against an insurgent sorceress and her eerie minions.

"Oden's action scenes are rich with crackling vitality and his pacing is top-notch. One of the best adventure writers working today." -- Howard Andrew Jones, author of Desert of Souls More

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Words: 6,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465882899
About Scott Oden

Hailing from the hills of rural North Alabama, Scott Oden's fascination with far-off places began in grade school, where he stumbled across the staggering and savage vistas of Robert E. Howard and Harold Lamb. Though Oden started writing his own tales at the age of fourteen, it would be many years before anything would come of it. In the meantime, he had a brief and tempestuous fling with academia before retiring to the private sector, where he worked the usual roster of odd jobs-from delivering pizza to stacking paper in the bindery of a printing company to clerking at a video store. Nowadays, Oden writes full-time from his family home near Huntsville.

Oden is the author of the critically-acclaimed historical novels MEN OF BRONZE (2005), MEMNON (2006), THE LION OF CAIRO (2010), and the forthcoming SERPENT OF HELLAS (2013). His short fiction has appeared in the latest volume of the long-running "Heroes in Hell" anthology, LAWYERS IN HELL.


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