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Free read Í A Tale of the Free: Corsair ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB æ A thrilling new novella about the daring exploits of the Free the most feared mercenary company the world has ever knownThe Free are the most feared mercenary company the world has ever known For years they've sold their martial and maRs' island fortress persuade their self proclaimed king to sign a peace treaty then head home with sword unbloodied Yet the crumbling fortress holds many secrets and blades speak louder than words Soon Yulan must fight not just for the glory of the Free but for his very surviv. Well worth reading if you enjoyed the novel The Free

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Countless victories that have overthrown kings and shaken empires Yulan is a newcomer to their ranks keen to prove himself worthy of the Free's name When corsair marauders ravage the Hommetic Kingdom's coastline Yulan gets his chance His mission is simple travel to the corsai. A uick engaging read in the grimdark fantasy genre This novella provides background on Yulan who will become captain of the mercenary company the Free The story moves uickly with Yulan testing his leadership skills on a mission to free a fishing village from the Corsair King a sea raider He is faced with challenges in diplomacy fighting and moralityThe pace is uick the dialog is crisp and at times sardonic The world that Ruckley paints is not a pretty one but he puts together an interesting story

Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ó Brian Ruckley

A Tale of the Free CorsairA thrilling new novella about the daring exploits of the Free the most feared mercenary company the world has ever knownThe Free are the most feared mercenary company the world has ever known For years they've sold their martial and magical skills to the highest bidder winning. 4 starsVery uick action filled short story I found this very diverting and I'm looking forward to reading by Brian Ruckley You could pick this up without having read The Free and still enjoy it