The Sword of Bheleu (The Lords of Dûs, #3)
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The Sword of Bheleu

by Lawrence Watt-Evans
Release date: 1982
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasyhigh fantasy

CHOSEN OF THE DARK GOD

Once again, Garth the overman rode his warbeast into the decaying frontier town of Skelleth. His mission for the immortal Forgotten King was finished. He bore a sack of loot from the ravaged altars of the dark gods of Dûsarra, and beside him was the fearful sword of Bheleu, god of destruction. Its jewelled hilt gleamed redly, threatening to seize his will and drive him into berserk fury. But soon the sword would be the King's worry.

Nothing went as it should, however. Skelleth was besieged by an overman army. The insane Baron of Skelleth still plotted against Garth. And the king refused the sword, from which Garth could no longer free himself.

For this was the beginning of the Fourteenth Age, when Bheleu would rule. And the dark god had chosen Garth for his vessel and the agent of a catastrophic reign of wanton destruction.

updated 2016-10-07

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