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Brak the Barbarian - The Mark of the Demons Volume 11
Brak the Barbarian - The Mark of the Demons

John Jakes
Issued: July 1970
Tandem Science Fantasy
London
SBN 426047141
Paperback
Cover illustration by Christos Achilleos
160 pages

Notes
First published by Paperback Library in 1969.

Publisher's Blurb
The third adventure of Brak the Barbarian

"We go to the dark. We ride to the awful dark. A stranger leads us, a savage man. His presence brings the evil down!"

The soothsayer's grim words chilled the hearts of the travellers. Even the iron nerves of Brak the Barbarian twanged with foreboding. For in the traders' caravan as it crossed the wasteland of Logol he was the savage, the stranger. Though his strength and swordsmanship might protect the caravan from attacks by brigands or wild beasts, even from the ruby-eyed warriors of Quran, he was as helpless as any against the menace of supernatural powers.

And as first one, then another of the travellers fell prey to the horror that stalked them, Brak knew that he must find a weapon more powerful than his sword if he too was not to be discovered drained of blood and bones, a dry husk bearing the three black marks, the triangular Mark of the Demons.

 
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