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The Dim Realm Volume I - The Resurrection Tower #1 - cover

The Dim Realm Volume I - The Resurrection Tower #1

Matt Holgate

Publisher: Matt Holgate

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Strangers have come to town ... strangers the likes of which Kara and Corin have never seen – dwarves, orcs and more. A small group of townsfolk and these outsiders must come together to combat the darkness plaguing Arrow’s Flight, but the danger is more horrible than they first realized, and bears directly upon mysteries centuries old. As Kara sets out on a quest to quell this ancient evil, she must rely on Corin and a particularly gifted stranger named Tal Stormgren to help her follow the maze of clues that she hopes will lead to an escape – before it's too late. 
“The Resurrection Tower lies in wait at the end of a long road, a journey between awake and asleep, life and death ... between the heavens and the hells. It has stood watch through numerous wars on numerous planes. No one knows why. Yet the tower must be understood if this world and others are to be saved.”

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