|Shadow Games (1989) [Novel]|
by Glen Cook
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Series: Books of the South
This is the fourth chronicle of the Black Company, the first Book of the South
After the devastating battle at the Tower of Charm, Croaker leads the greatly diminished Black Company south, in search of the Lost Annals. The Annals will be returned to Khatovar, eight thousand miles away, a city that may exist only in legend... the origin of the first Free Companies.
Every step of the way the Company is hounded by shadowy figures and carrion-eating crows. As they march ever southward, through bug-infested jungle, rivers dense with bloodthirsty pirates, and cities, dead and living, haunted by the passage of the Company north, their numbers grow until they are thousands strong.
But always they are watched -- by the Shadowmasters -- a deadly new enemy: twisted creatures that deal in darkness and death; powerful, shadowy creatures bent on smothering the world in their foul embrace. This is the first round in a deadly game, a game the Black Company cannot lose -- or hope to win. Welcome to Shadow Games.
Original title: Shadow Games
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Sword and Sorcery
This work is a subwork of the following works :
Books of the South: Tales of the Black Company, the (2008) [Omnibus Volume]
Author: Glen Cook