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Thursday, August 10, 2017

The Spawn of Lilithu

Deep in the haunted woods of the antediluvian world Thurl the Gaelg has stumbled upon an ancient inn that houses an evil born from the very pits of hell. With his wits and his mighty sword arm will the Gaelg find himself the next victim of The Spawn of Lilithu?

The Spawn of Lilithu
By William M. Hope
Independent Publishing Platform
Price $0.99
25 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

“In The Tradition of Robert E. Howard’s Conan”

Thurl the Hyperian is escorting the cleric, Amoras to Rhodiaes to negotiate the royal marriage between two empires. On the road they chance upon The Inn of The Crossroads, and against the warrior’s better judgment Amoras wants to spend the night. Thurl has trouble sleeping and hears sounds from the cleric’s room and when he crashes through the door he finds small creatures ripping the cleric’s body apart.

The innkeeper has adopted the children of Lilithu, from the legend of Cain and his brood of evil children. They use the inn to waylay strangers on the road, killing and eating their flesh. Thurl must find a way to destroy this evil horde.

In the tradition of Robert E. Howard’s Conan, the adventures of Thurl are exciting reads. Highly recommended.

Tom Johnson


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