NexLord: Black Chains

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Black Chains is the second novel of the NexLord Trilogy. A young man has suddenly become a NexLord, without knowledge of what that means or the powers it conveys. Opposing him are all the evils of the world: Dreadbeasts, Wraiths, evil cults, and dark prophecies. The epic adventure continues as the NexLord and his friends battle a world gone mad, where everyone seems to be their enemy. More

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About Philip Blood

Philip Blood is a published author, computer artist, game producer and game designer currently living in the Los Angeles suburbs. He is an avid scuba diver, a voracious reader of sci-fi and fantasy, a tabletop gamer from way back and a computer game junkie with MMOs being the top of his list.

Mr. Blood is currently working on a new fantasy series, called The Archimage Wars. Book 1 through 7 are already available to read. In addition, he is also working on a sequel to zONE: The End and the Beginning and will continue The Archimage Wars series after that novel is published. In addition, he has published five of his novels as Audio Plays, with more to come!

About the Series: NexLord
Four children foretold in two Prophecies must learn how to survive the coming darkness, and take on an evil power that wants to consume the world.

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Review by: John Phillips on Oct. 10, 2013 :
This book continues right where the first one ended, and it also continued the good story telling and awesome characters. I LOVE the humor, and the climax, though quite different than the first novel, was kind of chilling. I didn't see it coming. Sorry, can't spoil it. I'm very curious where this is going. Can't wait for the third book. These are page turners, I finshed the first book the day I bought it, and the second one the next day. And, on the grammatical errors noted in Karhleen's review, in this new edition, that seems to be cleared up. Smooth sailing, great book. One of the best ebooks I've read. On to book three!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: karhleen woody on June 3, 2013 : (no rating)
Again, as with the first book, there are so many grammatical errors. It kinda makes me crazy, but, somehow, I'm still able to enjoy the book. I haven't finished it, but so far it's pretty good. The plot is simple and easy to follow. It meanders a little, but keeps you turning pages. I'll finish it and order the 3rd book. I still want to offer my services to the author to edit his books for him, obviously he doesn't have a professional editor.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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