Brothers In Arms by B.A. Seloaf
Book Two of the Hippo Chronicles

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"Eight years have passed since the colony at the hippozones was destroyed, and the conflict with the Noori has escalated until the Filpini rulers are forced to admit a full-scale war is inevitable. Rumpo and Basordan are sent on a hazardous journey to seek an alliance with the people of Indesse, while the Filpini soldiers struggle to keep the ever-increasing number of Noori away from the border.

Brothers In Arms is the second volume in B.A. Seloaf’s epic fantasy tale about the hippos of Filpini and their age-old fight against the Noori. In this book Seloaf takes the story to a new level, forcing his characters to deal with the conflicting interests of different nations as well as with internal power struggles. It’s a compelling tale where the reader is torn between hope and despair, and where the most triumphant moment can turn into utter defeat in the blink of an eye."

About B.A. Seloaf

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B.A. Seloaf is a new fantasy author from Sweden. He has a degree in national economics from the University of Lund. On Hostile Ground is his first novel.
Published November 15, 2011 by iUniverse. 588 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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