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April 3 2007 Chronicles of Hawklan
Book Three of the Chronicles of Hawklan. Fyorlund has fallen. The City of Vakloss has felt the terrifying Power that lies behind the evil Lord Dan-Tor and King Rgoric lies dead, murdered by Dan-Tor who is now master of Fyorlund and ready to unleash the Dark Lord Sumeral's dread power over all the lands. Yet Dan-Tor has been grievously wounded by Hawklan's arrow, and, against impossible odds, not all hope has been swallowed by the Darkness. Sylvriss, Rgoric's Queen, has escaped the blighted City to rally the Lords in Exile. In peaceful Orthlund the arts of war are painfully relearned. In the East, ancient foes of Sumeral are at last remembering their vows. All look to the healer Hawklan for leadership. But he has lain in a coma since his confrontation with Dan-Tor, walking in a world from which none can call him back. And in the mountains an ancient race stirs, but its allegiance is as yet unknown...

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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Bladud Books (April 3 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1843192756
  • ISBN-13: 978-1843192756
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 12.7 x 2.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,228,451 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4.0 out of 5 stars A great introduction! July 10 2007
By Aaron Lavack - Published on
Solomon Kane is one of Howard's earlier characters. I found him to be more interesting than Conan, though I suppose that opinion might change once I read some more of his works.

This volume contains 'Skulls in the Stars, The moon of skulls and The footfalls within, though this has been incorrectly titled as 'the hills of the dead'.

Nice cover art as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars thisdarkplace*blogspot*com Oct. 23 2005
By Beneath The Howling Stars - Published on
Solomon Kane, puritan on a divine mission from god to rid the world of evil. Very engaging character, the settings and Kane's background give the stories an atmosphere of wierdness that other hack and slash tales can't achieve.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent work by Robert E. Howard!! Nov. 13 2013
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I am more than pleased with this purchase. I have been a fan of Robert E. Howard for over 50 years and am always happy to find works by him to include in my collection of reading material.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Training for war installment of the series May 23 2003
By K. Maxwell - Published on
This book starts where "the fall of Fyorlund" finishes off. Hawklan has faced Dan-Tor and has lain in a coma ever since he was saved by Isolman. Queen Sylvriss has escaped the destruction of Vakloss and is now carrying the king's child and has run to the Rebel lords for help.
For the first half of this book Hawklan effectively plays no part in the story as he is in his coma the entire time. Instead the story concentrates on the secondary characters and the quest of the Queen to awaken her father's people to the danger they stand in and the training of the Orthlund people for the upcoming battle with Sumeral.
This is a much slower paced book than the previous 2 instalments in this series. However, it is still a well written book and is obviously a set up for the final showdown between good and bad in the final book of the series.
Peopled with enjoyable characters and a well thought out world, this series of books so far has been much better than many other ongoing fantasy series I have read over the years. Recommended.

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