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The Invisible Hands - Part 2: Castling

Series: Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse , Book 5.0
By: Andrew Ashling | Other books by Andrew Ashling
Published By: Ormidon Publishing
Published: Jan 23, 2013
ISBN # ORNPBL0000008
Word Count: 168,000
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Categories: Romance>LGBTQ>Gay Romance>Action/Adventure Romance>Historical Other


The Invisible Hands - Part 2: Castling (Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse) by Andrew Ashling - Romance>LGBTQ>Gay eBook

Anaxantis, Prince of Ximerion…

Lorsanthia, the giant southern enemy, has suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of Anaxantis's oldest brother, Prince Tenaxos, but it is far from beaten. If anything, it has become more dangerous now that a more warlike regime has taken over the reins.

The warlord fears his own dominions will come under siege if his father and older brothers don't manage to keep the behemoth in check. To make matters more complicated he isn't convinced the settlement of the Renuvian Plains is going all that well. In the Highlands the proud nobility starts plotting to regain its independence. And, as always, there is the love of Anaxantis's life, Ehandar.

Meanwhile strife breaks loose between the independent city states of Rhonoma and Naodyma. In the latter city, Lexyntas still has a difficult time adapting to being Thenoclon's slave in a household where dark secrets weigh on both masters and servants. In Rhonoma, Yorn falls more and more under the beguiling influence and nonchalant charms of his adopted cousin, Antybion.

Concerned about the vulnerabilities of his dominions, and amidst the intrigues of his family and the nobles of the Highlands of Great Renuvia, Anaxantis starts looking for allies.

Should he return to the fold and join forces with his father?
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Reader Reviews (1)
Submitted By: nonewant on Nov 17, 2014
a writer who writes multiple storylines in one big epic and keepS them seamlessly on track deserves 5 stars for just that. and when the story itself is more than worth reading, that's a lot of talent, IMO. The continuation of Anaxantis' exploits (for want of a better verb) in Castling is as engaging as the first book. Though I must say at some point he has to come to some serious realization about his brother.

The Invisible Hands - Part 2: Castling

By: Andrew Ashling