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Lords of the Shadows. 1979 Raven 4:
Lords of the Shadows

by Robert Holdstock
writing as
Richard Kirk
1st Edition 1979.
Corgi Books.
London.
ISBN 0552110299.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Chris Achilleos.
208 pages.
Price: £0.95.

Notes
Lords of the Shadows, a novel by Robert Holdstock writing as Richard Kirk.

Part 4 of the Raven series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
From out of the bonds of slavery there arose a warrior . . . a warrior feared across all lands, a warrior whose blade was stained with the blood of thousands – man and beast – who smiled as she killed, with hair as gold as summer sun, eyes as blue as the heavens, and a body which invited only love yet dealt bloody, merciless death to her enemies.

THIS WAS RAVEN, SWORDMISTRESS OF CHAOS

Book No. 4: LORDS OF THE SHADOWS

The unthinkable had occurred. The Wall of Thoughts, barrier against the unknown, had been breached, unleashing a dark force into the world – the Ghost Lords of the Uthganaar. These evil creatures had united the Northern tribes of the Worldheart behind them and were set to conquer the world . . .

Only Raven could stop them. Together with the warlock Spellbinder and the valiant tribesman Silver, she undertook an arduous and perilous journey — to the mysterious Obsidian Tower to learn the secret of the Ghost Lords and their invincible yellow sword – and beyond the Lost Lands to the World’s End itself . . .

 
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