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The Lords Of Harbendane by Mel Keegan
This is a season for sheer survival.
Rogan Dahl and Tristan Carlin meet by chance on a rainy night, and are soon caught up in the storm of events leading to the greatest battlefield of their time. Their accidental encounter is the pivot-point around which the future revolves, for the great land of Harbendane — and for their own lives.
The fortified city of Althea is treasured as the living, beating heart of Harbendane ... and the plans have been meticulously drawn for its downfall. The wild, savage tribes of the far north are in league with the cruel, ambitious warlord of Galshorros, and Althea lies almost undefended before massed armies.
In the midst of this, Rogan and Tristan are caught up in an illicit love affair that could be death for them both.
Paperback, PDF, EPUB, KINDLE, STANZA etc. -- click here to buy
The book is a 6" x 9" trade size paperback, of 298pp, with a text of 155,000 words, and in your hands it looks like this:
Have the first couple of chapters (the first 31pp of the novel) absolutely for free:
Caveat: this is a gay (m/m) book, with frank depictions of the relations between adults. Do not order if you're disturbed or offended by gay materials.
And you'll almost certainly want to consult the map, because this novel covers some distance as well as being as amazingly detailed as you've come to expect from Mel Keegan. So here's the map, to guide your travels: (The map has been uploaded at 200dpi to do justice to the fine detail -- click on the thumbnail for the large view)
So ... what's it to be? The ebook (as a PDF for PC and Mac, or for the screenreaders), or the paperback, direct from Amazon?
Reader reviews of THE LORDS OF HARBENDANE are solicited for the Mel Keegan OnLine website -- and remember that all reviews submitted go into a draw for a prize: the ebook of your choice, or a custom-built screensaver!
Wishing everyone a Good Read,