By Sam Barone
3 thousand years sooner than the start of Christ and the realm is ruled via savage tribes of barbarians who despise the 1st farmers and townsfolk attempting to settle the land.
In the Tigris Valley, the 1st primitive farmers try and carry civilization to a depressing international. yet each few years Barbarians sweep in raping, killing and burning. This time the folks of Orak are going to struggle, yet their army commanders flee because the enemy military ways, leaving merely Eskkar a lowly lieutenant responsible. yet Eskkar has one virtue: he is aware the barbarians larger than somebody: he was one himself yet fled a vendetta.
Eskkar is given Trella, a slave lady as a gift for his loyalty. They shape a partnership cast on mutual wish and braveness; he together with his skill to command males and his army services, she together with her perception into the minds of the townsfolk. jointly they rally the folks. What follows is an orgy of conflict, bloodshed and intercourse that's easily unputdownable.
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