Demon Lord VI - Son of Chaos

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A Grey God’s impregnable shield sphere is his last defence, but a domain Key might unravel it and force him to flee into the unknown, for to Move in the God Realm is to be lost… Bound and powerless, the Demon Lord is doomed unless a light god comes to his aid, but he can no longer wield the shadows. Kayos waits for his dark son to free him, and his time is running out…

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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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Cathy B reviewed on on June 1, 2015

I have been reading TC Southwell's Demon Lord series and I just bought the VI book. I love the books and I can't wait to read this one.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Vanessa Finaughty reviewed on on May 16, 2013

I love the sci-fi elements included in Son of Chaos. As another reader stated, I can see our world governments reacting much the same way as that of the society in this story – if it doesn’t fit in with our modern machines and beliefs, and if we cannot understand or ‘box it’, kill it.

While Bane is a captive of this domain’s godless people, his spirit father, Kayos, is in grave danger. A dark god with a Key attempts to unravel Kayos’ shield, and only Bane can save him. However, only a light god can save the Demon Lord, but where to find one when the only one he knows is trapped in the God Realm?

Another action-packed story with the promise of more to come in the next book. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a riveting tale filled with new wonders – and new nightmares.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
R Thomas reviewed on on Aug. 23, 2012

Introducing all new concepts to our familiar characters.
Excellent and in keeping with the style and gripping story we have come to expect.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
afrocelttracy reviewed on 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)
R. McCullough reviewed on on Jan. 16, 2012

Hope the wait for VII is not too long!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Personally I am agnostic and found the hi-tech society in the book to be much like our present American, and possibly others, in the realm of religion and science. In my 68 years I have noted many people love the word impossible – let’s face it – nothing IS.
T.C. has shown how many (all?) people, and probably most/all governments, tend to react to the unusual or something outside their strongly held beliefs – disbelief and ‘impossible’!
Aliens or Gods BEWARE!

T.C. – do you have a list of very seldom seen words to use?
Wow – had to look some up…………..
Let me knmow should you ever need some free images or another Beta reader.

GREAT series people!
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Sam Barber reviewed on on Aug. 29, 2011

I have the same opinion as some of the other reviewers: the book doesn't seem to be complete to me but the story that was there was still good
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Jorma Tahk reviewed on on June 29, 2011

the book was good no doubt there , better then the last one by miles , but it ended extremely abruptly almost like it was incomplete you people on samsh might want to check on that just in case , any way it was good book and i am looking forward to the next one
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Maria Sokolova reviewed on on May 8, 2011

A wondreful book, but where is the end?
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Anonymoose reviewed on on April 15, 2011

The book is as well written as others I've read from the author but I'm personally finding the books in this series to be a little drawn out, covering a very short period of time, often centred around the main character recovering from *something*. I'm also finding the books a little short - I finished this book in an evening. In future books, I'd personally prefer to have slightly less detail and more events...
(reviewed the day of purchase)
nader henry reviewed on 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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