Dark Vengeance Volume III: Elven Twilight

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In the epic conclusion of the Dark Vengeance trilogy, Wulf and his companions are reunited with the fate of the entire world in the balance. Wulf must lead a band of deserters in a race to save the elf queen, while Livia the sorceress seeks to awaken the slumbering guardians who can bring victory and the tiger-woman Li-Shu leads a ragtag army against the dark elves and their demon allies. More

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Published: April 28, 2012
Words: 84,750
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476498829
About Anthony Pryor

Anthony Pryor has been writing for most of his life, and will probably continue to do so from beyond the grave. Since 1986 he's written actively for the gaming industry, producing material for FASA's Battletech, TSR/WotC's Dungeons and Dragons, White Wolf/Sword & Sorcery Studios' Scarred Lands, Paizo's Pathfinder, and many more. He's been writing fiction for both adults and general audiences for a long time, too, and hopes that you enjoy his endeavors. Happily single, he lives in Milwaukie OR with a cat and half a dog (it's a long story), plays in the all-geek rock band "Megatherium," enjoys roleplaying and all forms of gaming entertainment, and has an awesome daughter who will probably cure cancer or bring about world peace or something. Feel free to check out his blog and personal website at www.anthonypryor.com, and be sure to leave a comment.

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Review by: Tanilen on Oct. 17, 2012 : star star star star star
I initially read Dark Vengeance as one long story when it was first written, so I have a hard time thinking of them as separate books. Because of this, I'll post the same comments on all three novels on Smashwords.

Clearly the most ambitious of all the Wulf tales, everything about Dark Vengeance is larger than life: the characters, the evil plot, the sex, the action, the humor and dialogue, and of course the sheer size of the novels. In spite of a few occasional wobbles under the sheer weight of the task he undertook, Anthony Pryor not only manages to pulls it off, but he does so in an epic, beautiful way. For me, this has always been the epitome of blending classic fantasy story telling and explicit erotic themes.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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