The Five Lords of Pain: Book 2 The Lord of the Void by James Lovegrove

The Five Lords of Pain: Book 2 The Lord of the Void

Written by James Lovegrove
Part of the Five Lords of Pain Series

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Interest Age 11+ Reading Age 8+. Five demons and one warrior named Tom Yamada. Unless Tom can fight and beat all the demons of the Lords of Pain in a series of duels then the whole world will cease to exist as he knows it. In this the second in the series, Tom faces the Lord of the Void, the king of darkness, with a heart as black as his armour.

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The Five Lords of Pain: Book 2 The Lord of the Void by James Lovegrove

Tom Yamada must fight the demon Lords of Pain in a series of duels called the Contest - with the whole world at stake. Tom's survived his duel with the Lord of the Mountain. Now he must face the Lord of the Void - the king of darkness, with a heart as black as his armour. Will Tom manage to defeat this Lord?

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About the Author

James Lovegrove

James Lovegrove first began writing seriously while at university. He now is the author of several acclaimed novels and books for children. His satirical book, Days, was shortlisted for the 1998 Arthur C. Clarke Award. The short novel Wings, published by Barrington Stoke, was short-listed for several awards. His other titles for Barrington Stoke are Ant God, Cold Keep, Dead Brigade, Free Runner and Kill Swap.

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112 pages
Interest Age: 12+


James Lovegrove
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Barrington Stoke Ltd

Publication date

9th April 2010




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