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Grand Vizier of Krar: Fulcrum of Power

Grand Vizier of Krar: Fulcrum of Power (Paperback)

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Fulcrum of Power is the second in the epic fantasy trilogy `Grand Vizier of Krar'. Continuing the thrilling story of Blan from the first novel, Strings of Destiny, this book follows her as she ventures into another round of even more extreme danger than before. After being abducted by pirates immediately after discovering the Occidental Communicor (a powerful underground installation created by extraterrestrial visitors) Blan survived her imprisonment in Slave Island and her forced submission to Black Knight at Austra Castle. Having experienced great personal tragedy, Blan decides to take matters into her own hands and once again finds herself in enemy territory. However, there are those who refuse to let her face danger alone - in particular, her protege, the abnormally brilliant and strong-willed five year old Memwin (whose biological father just so happens to be Black Knight) who will not be left out of the equation. Blan and Memwin come to understand that they are bound together under the Great Plan, but do they fully realise the risks they are taking? As dramatic, unforeseen events take place, Blan and Memwin expose themselves, and all the people of Dabbin, to terrible retribution. The `Grand Vizier of Krar' series concludes in volume 3, Balance of Doubt.

Fiction & PoetryFantasy Publisher: Troubador Publishing Publication Date: 21/01/2016 ISBN-13: 9781785890741  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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W. John Tucker is a retired lawyer who now lives in the Isle of Man. He also has an interest in matters of science and economics in which he has obtained some relevant qualifications.

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