[Ebook] ↠ The Hunger of Sejanoz Author Joe Dever – Tkcleaningservices.co.uk

A Visit To The Fabulous Court Of Xo Lin Is Disrupted When News Of The Invasion Arrives At The Venerable Emperor S Palace In Pensei The Evil Autarch Sejanoz Of Bhanar Has Launched A Sudden And Devastating Attack Upon Xo Lin S Ancient Realm With The Tyrant S Armies Swarming Across His Borders, The Aged Xo Lin Is Forced To Flee His Imperial Palace And Seek Sanctuary In The Distant City Of TazhanIn The Hunger Of Sejanoz, Your Mission Is To Escort The Aged Emperor And His Entourage Safely Across The Great Lissanian Plain To Tazhan Will You Succeed In Your Perilous Task Or Will You And Your Charges Fall Victim To The Merciless Forces Of The Autarch The Hunger of Sejanoz


About the Author: Joe Dever

Joe Dever was an award winning British fantasist and game designer Originally a musician, Dever became the first British winner of the Advanced Dungeons Dragons Championship of America in 1982.He created the fictional world of Magnamund as a setting for his Dungeons Dragons campaigns In 1984 he released the first book of the Lone Wolf series of young adult gamebooks, and the series has since sold over 10.2 million copies worldwide He experienced difficulty with his publishers as the game books market began to contract in 1995, until publication ceased in 1998 before the final four books numbers 29 32 were released Since 2003, however, the series has enjoyed a strong revival of interest in France, Italy, and Spain following the re release of the gamebook series in these countries.From 1996 onwards, Dever was involved in the production of several successful computer and console games He also contributed to a Dungeons Dragons style role playing game for Lone Wolf published by Mongoose Publishing UK in 2004 Currently he is Lead Designer of a Lone Wolf computer game, and he is writing the final books in the Lone Wolf series No official publication schedule exists for these works.



10 thoughts on “The Hunger of Sejanoz

  1. says:

    Not as disappointing as the preceding book, but a real anticlimax You d hope that the final book of the entire series would bring together all the elements you love, but this book is just very mediocre It s also short Every Lone Wolf book ends at section 350 except for book five 400 and this one 300 And that s on top of the fact that it s very linear and your choices, again, have almost no effect on anything And th


  2. says:

    A sequel of sorts to the previous book, certainly a continuation as the big bad of that book rolls over into this one Having escaped to relative safety with the plot device at the end of Vampirium the BBotB comes crashing over the great wall of Chai seeking vengeance What follows is a slow moving escape from danger There are some interesting snarl ups and a secondary story about attempts on a kid s life, but mostly th


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