By David Dalglish
From USA Today bestselling writer David Dalglish
It's been 5 lengthy years because the urban discovered to fear...
In booklet #2 of the Shadowdance sequence, the conflict among the thief guilds and the robust allegiance often called the Trifect has slowly faded. Now basically the mysterious Haern is left to salary his inner most conflict opposed to the guilds within the guise of the Watcher - a vicious killer who is aware no limits. but if the son of Alyssa Gemcroft, one of many 3 leaders of the Trifect, is assumed murdered, the slaughter starts anew. Mercenaries flood the streets with one target in brain: locate and kill the Watcher.
Peace or destruction; each struggle should have its end.
Fantasy writer David Dalglish spins a story of retribution and darkness, and an underworld achieving for final power.
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Two of them, Fate and Luck (The Lady), are almost certainly immune to change 舑 they don舗t have temples, but there can hardly be anybody, anywhere in the multiverse, who does not believe in them. In addition, dwarfs have formulated the notion of a Creator quite distinct from any individual gods, whom they call Tak; we shall have more to say on this in the next chapter. Discworld people vary considerably in their attitude to the gods. Certain groups, notably witches, wizards, policemen and dwarfs, ignore them.
As for a world flying through space on a turtle 舰舗 Her voice died out in a splutter of indignation, and the combined arguments of a dozen Discworld readers couldn舗t budge her one inch. I was not surprised to learn what her job was; she was an accountant 舑 which is to say, very nearly an Auditor of Reality. Give her a small grey robe with a cowl, and she would find a perfect niche on the Disc. The truth of the matter is, the Disc is the Earth, but with an extra dimension of reality. On the Discworld, things that on Earth are creatures of the imagination (but sometimes quite powerful, even so) are alive and, in some cases, kicking.
It appears that Dagon was first worshipped there some four thousand years ago by Philistines and Phoenicians in the Middle East; there were temples to him in Gaza and other coastal towns. According to the Bible (1 Samuel 5), his statue stood in a mighty temple at Ashdod, but when the captured Jewish Ark was brought into this temple the statue crashed to the ground and its head and hands broke off, leaving only a stump on the threshold. There is argument among scholars as to what he looked like, and what it was he was god of.
A Dance of Blades (Shadowdance, Book 2) by David Dalglish