Shadow Chaser : Book Two of the Chronicles of Siala
The adventures of Shadow Harold continue in "Shadow Chaser" . Saddened because they have left one of their number in a grave in the wilderness, Harold and his band of outcasts continue their journey towards the dreaded underground palace of Hrad Spein. But before they can reach their goal, they must overcome all manner of obstacles, fight many battles and evade the frightful enemies on their trail.Once they have breached Hrad Spein, a task entire armies of warriors and wizards have failed to achieve, Harold must venture, alone, into the secret heart of the most dangerous place in his world. There he will fight legions of untold mysterious powers before he can complete the quest for the magic horn that will save his beloved land from The Nameless One."
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- Paperback | 368 pages
- 127 x 203 x 26mm | 499g
- 28 Feb 2012
- St. Martins Press-3pl
- New York
- Illustrations, black and white
[Shadow Harald is] almost like some character out of "The Adventures of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser" saga by Fritz Leiber. He's an unlikely sort of hero for a series, which added to my growing interest in "The Shadow Prowler . Shadow Prowler" is a very good beginning to Alexey Pehov's trilogy."
About Alexey Pehov
Alexey Pehov is the award-winning author of "The Chronicles of Siala," a bestselling series in his native Russia. His novel "Under the Sign of the Mantikor" was named "Book of Year" and "Best Fantasy Novel" in 2004 by Russia's largest fantasy magazine, "World of Fantasy." Andrew Bromfield has many translation credits to his name, among them the bestselling Night Watch series.