Army of the Dead by EDO Van Belkom

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The Battle of Wakefield Plain was over. The Lava Elves were driven back, and once again the dwarves from Dehnlee looked forward to peace. Aftermath: The longed-for peace is soon shattered when the dead begin to rise and form a new army of darkness, led by an unseen enemy. Can the mighty dwarven army defeat yet another invading force, even when the enemy legion is composed of their own deceased brethern?

About EDO Van Belkom

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Bram Stoker and Aurora Award-winner Edo van Belkom is the author of over 200 stories of horror, science fiction, fantasy, and mystery. As an editor, he has four anthologies to his credit that include two books for young adults, Be Afraid! (A Canadian Library Association Young Adult Book of the Year finalist) and Be Very Afraid! (An Aurora Award winner -- Best Work in English). Born in Toronto, van Belkom graduated from York University, then worked as a daily newspaper sports and police reporter before becoming a full-time writer. Edo van Belkom lives in Brampton, Ontario, with his wife Roberta and son Luke.
Published May 12, 2003 by Prime. 236 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Those looking for an introduction to the surreal work of Serbian fantasist Zoran Zivkovic will welcome the double volume containing The Book (trans.

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