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Temple of Cocidius: Book 4 (eBook)

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Temple of Cocidius:
Book 4
Temple of Cocidius: Book 4 eBook Cover, written by Maxx Whittaker
Temple of Cocidius: Book 4 eBook Cover,
written by Maxx Whittaker
Author(s) Maxx Whittaker
Series Temple of Cocidius
Publisher Saving Throw Ink
Publication date November 14, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 101 Pages
ASIN B07KK6S37L
Preceded by Temple of Cocidius: Book 3
Followed by Temple of Cocidius: Book 5

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Temple of Cocidius: Book 4 is an eBook written by Maxx Whittaker. It is the fourth work in the Temple of Cocidius series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Temple of Cocidius: Book 4
  • Author: Maxx Whittaker
  • Published By: Saving Throw Ink
  • Length: 101 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07KK6S37L
  • Publishing Date: November 14, 2018


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Plot Summary

With the garden breached and his identity revealed, Lir must fight harder and faster than ever to defeat the Temple of Cocidius and save his sister.

Lysperia awaits as his seventh trial, a realm known as the Gateway of the Fallen Champions, where death is an honor and crowds abandon their homeworlds to become eternal spectators. In the games of Lysperia's grand arena a goddess seeks her consort, but Lir quickly discovers that magic twists everything inside the coliseum. It pits ally against ally and works to keep the Artifact beyond his reach. Winning the arena may be a punishment all its own; in defeating Lysperia's curse Lir risks igniting Mordenn's wrath beyond anything so far, with his Artifacts in the balance.

To have any hope of surviving the Gateway and the god of death, Lir must rely on an assassin who wants him dead and a thief who wants Lir's prized possession for reasons that aren't quite clear. Two trials remain, and the clock is ticking louder than ever...


Book Review

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