Hunters of the Dark Sea
They were the whalers of the nineteenth century, leaving home for months, nay years at a time, in search of the largest creatures of the earth. It was their job to hunt these mammoth sea dwellers for their oil and feed the trade in hopes of raising enough coin to feed their families back in port. Th
- Hardback | 397 pages
- 165.1 x 231.14 x 33.02mm | 657.71g
- 18 Jul 2003
- Pan Macmillan Australia
- Tor Australia
- Sydney, Australia
"In the familiar tradition of the Lord of the Rings." "A charming fantasy ... a cute, smartly told pastiche of Tolkien and Terry Brooks." "Mel Odom really knows how to keep a reader turning pages."
About Mel Odom
Mel Odom is the award-winning author of "The Rover," as well as numerous books in the Forgotten Realms, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Mack Bolan, and the Shadow Run series. A devotee of historical research, "Hunters of the Dark Sea" is his first novel of historical horror. He lives in Moore, Oklahoma.