The Shadow of the Lion

The Shadow of the Lion

Book - 2002
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As the bronze statue of the great winged lion stares out across the Piazza San Marco, a failed magician must find courage. An orphaned outcast must find his strength. A reluctant prince must choose between duty and pleasure. A dangerous beauty and a man of faith must make an uneasy alliance. All will be consumed by an evil greater than they have ever known.
Publisher: Riverdale, NY : Baen, 2002.
ISBN: 9780743471473
9780743435239
0743435230
Characteristics: 825 p. : maps ; 25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Freer, Dave
Flint, Eric
Summary: As the bronze statue of the great winged lion stares out across the Piazza San Marco, a failed magician must find courage. An orphaned outcast must find his strength. A reluctant prince must choose between duty and pleasure. A dangerous beauty and a man of faith must make an uneasy alliance. All will be consumed by an evil greater than they have ever known.

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grangerjung
Nov 08, 2016

Very good read. There are similarities to CJ Cherryh's Merovingen Nights series.

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annetang56
Feb 15, 2010

I would recommend that you read at least an hour at the beginning in order to get the characters straight. Once into the novel I thought of it all the time and was very anxious to get back to it to see what happened next.

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