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The Green Dragon League

Daniel Laskowski

Publisher: Royal Hawaiian Press

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Enter the world of the Hyborean Age, the world after the Cataclysm, which plunged the island of Atlantis in the ocean of the Platonic 20,000 years before the birth of Christ. Our hero lived eight thousand years after the events that changed permanently the face of the Earth and human civilization, which was the third human civilization on our planet. 
Lestko from Vislan, also called Kushnik, because of the mastery of this weapon, possesses knowledge and cleverness in the fight against opponents and adversities he uses with equal skill. He is not indifferent to the charms of women he encounters in his way. 
Lestko is not only a wandering adventurer looking for fame, gold and adventures. He fulfills a secret mission, its details and meaning will be revealed to the reader as he reads... 
Enter the parallel world to the one created by Robert E. Howard.

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