Enemy by Betsy Dornbusch
Book Three of the Seven Eyes

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Adventurous swordsmanship, derring-do, and relentless dodging from onslaughts flow satisfactorily from page to page, but those who haven’t read the previous volumes will find this one confusing in the extreme.
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Everything Draken thinks he knows is wrong.

The last time Draken traveled Akrasia, he was the highest lord in the land. His journey before that was eased by royal favor and the grace of the gods. This time is different. His adopted country buckling under attack from religious fanatics and his Queen presumed dead, Draken must flee a deadly coup by an upstart lord. Bitter from fighting an insurmountable war and losing the life he’s built, he lets the ghosts of past mistakes drive him into vigilante revenge. But Draken is about to learn gods and wars have a way of catching up to a man.

In the thrilling conclusion to Dornbush’s Book of the Seven Eyes trilogy, follow Draken as he tries to find peace solace in a life that has been surrounded by bloodshed. Will he avenge those he cares about, while striking down those that stand in his way? Enemy covers all this and more in this epic fantasy series.
 

About Betsy Dornbusch

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Betsy Dornbusch is a writer and editor. Her short fiction has appeared in print and online venues such as Sinister Tales, Big Pulp, Story Portal, and Spinetingler, as well as the anthologies Tasty Little Tales and Deadly by the Dozen. She's been an editor with the ezine Electric Spec for six years and regularly speaks at fan conventions and writers' conferences. She's the sole proprietor of Sex Scenes at Starbucks where you can believe most of what she writes. In her free time, she snowboards, air jams at punk rock concerts, and has just started following Rockies baseball, of all things.
 
Published February 21, 2017 by Night Shade Books. 308 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Sep 27 2017

Adventurous swordsmanship, derring-do, and relentless dodging from onslaughts flow satisfactorily from page to page, but those who haven’t read the previous volumes will find this one confusing in the extreme.

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