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    • ISBN:9780575087767
    • Publication date:09 Dec 2010
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Orcs Bad Blood I

Weapons of Magical Destruction

By Stan Nicholls

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Fast moving, tongue-in-cheek and full of sorcery and bloodshed, ORCS BAD BLOOD gives a fresh perspective on the endless war between good and evil.

Fast moving, tongue-in-cheek and full of sorcery and bloodshed, ORCS BAD BLOOD gives a fresh perspective on the endless war between good and evil

The original Orcs trilogy ended with Stryke and his band of Orcs finding the ancestral Orc home hidden in another dimension. ORCS BAD BLOOD will tell the story of their hectic adventures in the other dimensions as they attempt to find peace for their race and escape the ever greedy, savage expansion of mankind.

Biographical Notes

Stan Nicholls has been a reviewer and interviewer in the UK for more than 20 years and is a key figure on the genre scene. He writes a regular column for TIME OUT and contributes to both INTERZONE and STARBURST. Since the original Orcs trilogy his Quicksilver fantasy trilogy has been an international hit.

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  • ISBN: 9780575082939
  • Publication date: 01 May 2009
  • Page count: 288
  • Imprint: Gollancz
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