Scrolls of Sion – Rise of the Dark Queen

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“For five thousand years after the Great War, the world of Brynmor knew peace. The Orc had been driven from the land and the uprising of the Dark Elf ended in the near extinction of their Race. What survived of the Drow fled the crypt city of Sion and for five thousand years they dwelled in secret and shadow restoring their numbers deep in the Iron Hills. Not since Lolth had there been a Drow more ambitious than Rianon, High Priestess of the Cult of the Spider and Queen of the Dark Elf. Follow Rianon as she plots and schemes to reclaim Sion, the fallen city of the Dark Elf and the lost scrolls of Lolth that contain the ancient and forgotten dark spells of the God-Queen.”

Scrolls of Sion – Rise of the Dark Queen is a fantasy book by Tim Therien, which you can download and read for free at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/434284

 

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~ by Oloriel on February 21, 2015.

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