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Seeking the Veil Part 2 - Seeking the Veil #2

Clifton Hill

Publisher: Clifton Hill

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Summary

Sworn to Secrecy. Life and Death are on the Line. 
Hestea's mysterious power defies understanding in the midst of peril, and taciturn Gunter reveals his reason to fight. But when the routine hunt for invading raiders turns dire, the Band of Orangebeard run afoul of bad tidings and Gunter's weakness is revealed. 
Vows are called into question and when Orangebeard steers them toward an isolated pass in the great icy Scale, everything is on the line. 
Seeking the Veil is a 3-part series following the adventures of Hestea Hammerblood and a prequel to the full novel: Veil of a Warrior.  
 
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CONTENT: Part 2 is approx 80 book pages long, all 3-parts total about 250 pages. There is some violence and gore, minor and infrequent swearing and some implied sex. Recommended for 13 and up, or mature, younger readers. 
REVIEWS 
"I look forward to Part 3." 
--Ray Nicholson, Book Reviewer 
"Seeking the Veil, Part II...does a remarkable job at graphically detailing the emotions and actions of dark battles waged." 
-Dianne Bylo, aka Dii, Book Blogger for tometender.blogspot.com 
"The Tension Runs Full Throttle!" for Part 3 that concludes Seeking the Veil. 
--Dianne Bylo, aka Dii, Book Blogger for tometender.blogspot.com
Available since: 04/02/2016.

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