Deathstalker Legacy

Deathstalker Legacy

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After Prince Douglas ascends the throne of the Empire at the height of a Golden Age of prosperity and peace, and he appoints Lewis Deathstalker as his Champion, a long-prophecied enemy appears to wreak havoc once again.

Blackwell North Amer
New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green returns to the Deathstalker universe in an action-packed adventure—featuring a new hero worthy enough to follow in the footsteps of the galaxy’s most legendary warrior…
 
Owen Deathstalker sacrificed his life to save all of humanity. In the hundred years since his passing, the Empire has prospered in a Golden Age of peace among aliens, humans, and AIs, with hope and liberty for all. Now, on the human homeworld of Logres, a new king is about to be crowned.
 
Douglas Campbell has no enthusiasm to ascend the throne. As a Paragon, he enforced the King’s Justice and so prefers the path of warrior to ruler. But as the sole remaining heir, he puts aside the desires of his heart and picks up the reins of duty. His first act upon being crowned is to select Lewis Deathstalker—Owen’s descendant—as his Champion and protector.
 
The new regime already has an insurmountable task before it: the Artificial Intelligences of Shub insist on entering the Madness Maze to uncover the secrets of transcendence that humanity has failed to do for hundreds of years—and they will not take no for an answer. But even more threatening is one man’s desire for a revenge that will unite all of the enemies of the Empire in an attempt to bring the Golden Age into ruin…


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& Taylor

Three generations after the legendary exploits of Owen Deathstalker, Prince Douglas ascends the throne of the Empire at the height of a Golden Age of prosperity and peace, but after he appoints Lewis Deathstalker as his Champion, a long-prophecied enemy appears to wreak havoc once again.

Publisher: New York : ROC, 2003
ISBN: 9780451459077
0451459075
Branch Call Number: F GRE
Characteristics: 472 p. ; 24 cm

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