Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations

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  • Title: Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations
  • Author: Aeryn Rudel William Shick
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 466
  • Format: ebook

Unlimited Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations - by Aeryn Rudel William Shick, Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations, Aeryn Rudel William Shick, Through the Darkness The Story of Machinations Fear breeds the unlikeliest of allies The mercenary Rutger Shaw doesn t have many friends but to the ones he s earned he s loyal to the death That s just what his partner Taryn di la Rovissi is afraid of and it s one reason she s not thrilled when Rutger dodges another contract so they can help out his old Steelhead captain Brunner Ainsworth Toget Unlimited Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations - by Aeryn Rudel William Shick - Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations, Through the Darkness The Story of Machinations Fear breeds the unlikeliest of allies The mercenary Rutger Shaw doesn t have many friends but to the ones he s earned he s loyal to the death That s just what his partner Taryn di la Rovissi is afrai
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Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations

About Author

  1. Aeryn Rudel is a freelance author from Seattle, Washington His first novel, Flashpoint, was recently published by Privateer Press Follow his blog on writing and rejection at rejectomancy.

One thought on “Through the Darkness: The Story of Machinations

  1. This was a great story that introduced new game factions into the fiction line My favorite part of the book however was the insight provided into the history and relationship of Rutger Shaw and Taryn There was some great characterization there as well as with Harlan Versh It is always a lot of fun to see characters from the game come to life in the fiction.The storyline itself was structured fairly well and left me wanting to read about the Convergence of Cyriss and the Cephalyx I had already r [...]


  2. A surprisingly good book originally written as a series of vignettes They tied together well and their origin may have been a boon The pace kept moving almost frantically The only real failure is it was hard to imagine the scale of the battles The action did best when it was small scale Still, a plot that had it s twists, good action and actual character development not the norm in game fiction set in a highly meta plot driven game world made this a wonderful surprise.


  3. It pulls you in and won t let goIt pulls you in and won t let gothe book is great it pulls you in and every page it also portrays the iron kingdoms magnificently and is the best possible way to introduce the new faction


  4. Reading this was a great way to get my head around the Iron Kingdoms setting An flowing story with some entertaining characters, but mostly focused on action, as one would expect from its origins.


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