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One; Betrayal by Christopher Ames

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One; Betrayal
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Publisher: maybeepic.com
Number of pages: 173

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Proud, peaceful and living a simple life off the land; the Stone Axe clan might have been these things once, but with a worsening shortage of food and threats of war from a rival tribe, their survival must come before others. Faced with dirty tactics desperate measures have become commonplace, and drawing the line long forgotten. As the day of battle draws ever closer all that really matters for two thousand barbarians is not honour, but absolute victory. And among them all is Garrak, an outcast who owes his life to the clan, with a temper but a peaceful tone, who can not make a difference except, perhaps, in the very worst way.

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