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The Coin of Kenvard

By Joseph R. Lallo
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  • Publisher : Joseph Lallo
  • Isbn : 0463122429
  • Pages : 189
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 309
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In the wake of the Perpetual War, the world cannot afford for history to repeat itself. Myranda and Deacon have helped to guide their world out of the clutches of the D’Karon. But victory has come at a price. Deacon’s mysterious affliction is becoming more than he can handle. Will he be forced to choose between his own life and finding the source of the anomalies that threaten his home? The Coin of Kenvard is the sixth full-length novel in the Book of Deacon Saga, and marks the end of the Perpetual War Era for the series.

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