The Power Of The Serpent

The Power Of The Serpent Druthin Arch Mage of the Druid cult called his priests to the sword when Mog Agorn defected to the demon powers and beseiged sacred Stonehenge Not only was the survival of Druidry at stake but the

  • Title: The Power Of The Serpent
  • Author: Peter Valentine Timlett
  • ISBN: 9780553023701
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • Druthin, Arch Mage of the Druid cult, called his priests to the sword when Mog Agorn defected to the demon powers and beseiged sacred Stonehenge Not only was the survival of Druidry at stake, but the fate of humanity as well For Mog Agorn had made an awesome pact with the dark forces He d bedded his only daughter to spawn a vile champion from the depths of hell And he Druthin, Arch Mage of the Druid cult, called his priests to the sword when Mog Agorn defected to the demon powers and beseiged sacred Stonehenge Not only was the survival of Druidry at stake, but the fate of humanity as well For Mog Agorn had made an awesome pact with the dark forces He d bedded his only daughter to spawn a vile champion from the depths of hell And he d sworn mankind s unborn children to the evil ones in return for victory

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    1. It's very involved with the technical details of the described spirituality and cosmology. The author's obvious interest in the New Age-y occult lends verisimilitude to the trappings and rituals as practiced by the cults of the novel, but it also forms a weird drag on the story. There were points where he took time out from this sword-and-sorcery to describe the metaphysics and underpinnings of the Druid belief system through character exposition, and using diagrams and charts splayed into the t [...]

    2. The second book in the very excellent Seedbearers trilogy. See my review of the series under the book The Seedbearers.

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