Demon Lord III - Grey God

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When Kayos, Lyriasharin’s father and a Grey God from the times before reckoning, returns to Myrthran after a thousand years, he is displeased to find a young mortal dark god in his domain. He soon discovers, however, that Bane is the rarest of all the gods. He is tar’merin: incorruptible, and therefore has the potential to wield the shadows to fight for the light. More
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About T C Southwell

T. C. Southwell was born in Sri Lanka and moved to the Seychelles when she was a baby. She spent her formative years exploring the islands – mostly alone. Naturally, her imagination flourished and she developed a keen love of other worlds. The family travelled through Europe and Africa and, after the death of her father, settled in South Africa.

T. C. Southwell has written over thirty fantasy and science fiction novels, as well as five screenplays. Her hobbies include motorcycling, horse riding and art, and she is now a full-time writer.

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Reviews of Demon Lord III - Grey God by T C Southwell

Vanessa Finaughty reviewed on May 13, 2013

Grey God is another brilliant read from Southwell, who never ceases to wow with her literary skills, vivid imagination and realistic characters. Bane, an unlovable character at first (in Book 1), has certainly found his way into my heart, and I found myself holding my breath in places, feverishly willing him to remain unscathed.

Lyriasharin’s father, Kayos, returns home after a thousand years. The Grey God isn’t at all happy to find a dark god in his domain, but it isn’t long before he discovers that Bane is a tar’merin – the only type of dark god who is willing and able to fight on the side of light. Kayos asks Bane to travel into the God Realm with him to save his granddaughter, but the dark god has no wish to do so. If he can’t be swayed, Lyriasharin’s daughter could die…

This is the best book in this series up until now, so if you enjoyed the first two, this is an absolute must-read! In fact, any serious fantasy lover will enjoy this book as much as I did. Go on, buy it; you know you want to…
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
R Thomas reviewed on Aug. 23, 2012

An excellent read that opens up a whole new adventure for our heroes.
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
afrocelttracy reviewed on July 10, 2012

This along with all T C Southwell epics is well written and flows along.They all belong on the 'library, shelf alongside Terry Brooks, Terry Goodkind, Robert Jordan and their ilk.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Sam Barber reviewed on Aug. 29, 2011
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I would definitely recommend this book
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
cosmo reviewed on May 23, 2011
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I enjoyed this series very much - possibly a bit over long and now we are waiting for the last book to be written. Very good read. kate
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
nader henry reviewed on March 10, 2011

My reviews are very simple, I either like the book and recommend it or I don't.
I like the book and recommend it. the author is at par with my favorite Sci-fi authors (David Weber, Anne McCaffrey, David Drake) to name a few.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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