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This specially-priced set collects the first six novels in the Kron Darkbow series of The Ursian Chronicles. CITY OF ROGUES: Book I of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow seeks vengeance, and he plans to have it no matter the costs. Returning to the city of his birth after 15 years, he hunts down the wizard responsible for the deaths of those he loved only to find out anoth This specially-priced set collects the first six novels in the Kron Darkbow series of The Ursian Chronicles. CITY OF ROGUES: Book I of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow seeks vengeance, and he plans to have it no matter the costs. Returning to the city of his birth after 15 years, he hunts down the wizard responsible for the deaths of those he loved only to find out another was responsible for the murders. That other is Belgad the Liar, a former barbarian chieftain who is now boss of the city's underworld.  ROAD TO WRATH: Book II of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow has fled the city of Bond, along with healer mage Randall Tendbones and professional duelist Adara Corvus. Everywhere they turn are enemies. Even the goal of their travels offers no peace, for the group rides to the land of Kobalos where Randall must face that nation’s Lord Verkain, the alleged Dark King of the North.  DARK KING OF THE NORTH: Book III of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow and companions have survived the mean streets of the city of Bond and the dangers of the Prison Lands, but now they dare to journey into Kobalos, a dark northern land ruled by King Verkain, a powerful mage rumored to be immortal and mad.  Always on their trail is underworld crime boss Belgad the Liar and his crew of deadly killers. Not only does Belgad seek vengeance against Kron, but he also wants to capture Kron's friend, the healer Randall Tendbones, the last of Verkain's children whom the king wants dead.  It is in Kobalos, in the darkest of hours, alone with enemies all around, Darkbow becomes the last hope for all. But to defeat his foes, first he must learn to defeat his own rage. GHOSTS OF THE ASYLUM: Book I of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy The streets of the city of Bond boil with discontent.  Political struggles within a power vacuum bring dreams of dominance to some among the lower levels of the city’s underbelly. Common thugs and guild bosses alike conspire together, their goal to eliminate the figure of Kron Darkbow.  Permanently.  Kron has become a symbol on the streets, and his removal would not only clear the way for others, but also would be a sign of who has the real power in Bond.  Amidst the chaos, buildings burn, riots go nearly unchecked, and even the city guard find themselves forced to retreat.  DEMON CHAINS: Book II of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy A sick murderer stalks the streets of the city of Bond.  The killer leaves behind tortured and twisted bodies sliced and ripped apart, often after the most horrible of violations. It falls upon Kron Darkbow to hunt this killer preying upon the weak and the strong alike, but he soon realizes there is more than one culprit involved in these horrible crimes. A dark mage and his demon partner are at fault, and with each death they grow more and more powerful.  THE COMPANY OF SEVEN: Book III of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy An undead mage thousands of years old slinks through the city of Bond.  Rising up from beneath the soil, he soon finds himself allied with escaped fugitives from the Prisonlands, a former knight, a pair of assassins and the chief of thieves.  Each has their own wants, their own goals, but the wizard's are the most deadly to the citizens of Bond, and he refuses to be denied his destiny.


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This specially-priced set collects the first six novels in the Kron Darkbow series of The Ursian Chronicles. CITY OF ROGUES: Book I of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow seeks vengeance, and he plans to have it no matter the costs. Returning to the city of his birth after 15 years, he hunts down the wizard responsible for the deaths of those he loved only to find out anoth This specially-priced set collects the first six novels in the Kron Darkbow series of The Ursian Chronicles. CITY OF ROGUES: Book I of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow seeks vengeance, and he plans to have it no matter the costs. Returning to the city of his birth after 15 years, he hunts down the wizard responsible for the deaths of those he loved only to find out another was responsible for the murders. That other is Belgad the Liar, a former barbarian chieftain who is now boss of the city's underworld.  ROAD TO WRATH: Book II of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow has fled the city of Bond, along with healer mage Randall Tendbones and professional duelist Adara Corvus. Everywhere they turn are enemies. Even the goal of their travels offers no peace, for the group rides to the land of Kobalos where Randall must face that nation’s Lord Verkain, the alleged Dark King of the North.  DARK KING OF THE NORTH: Book III of The Kobalos Trilogy Kron Darkbow and companions have survived the mean streets of the city of Bond and the dangers of the Prison Lands, but now they dare to journey into Kobalos, a dark northern land ruled by King Verkain, a powerful mage rumored to be immortal and mad.  Always on their trail is underworld crime boss Belgad the Liar and his crew of deadly killers. Not only does Belgad seek vengeance against Kron, but he also wants to capture Kron's friend, the healer Randall Tendbones, the last of Verkain's children whom the king wants dead.  It is in Kobalos, in the darkest of hours, alone with enemies all around, Darkbow becomes the last hope for all. But to defeat his foes, first he must learn to defeat his own rage. GHOSTS OF THE ASYLUM: Book I of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy The streets of the city of Bond boil with discontent.  Political struggles within a power vacuum bring dreams of dominance to some among the lower levels of the city’s underbelly. Common thugs and guild bosses alike conspire together, their goal to eliminate the figure of Kron Darkbow.  Permanently.  Kron has become a symbol on the streets, and his removal would not only clear the way for others, but also would be a sign of who has the real power in Bond.  Amidst the chaos, buildings burn, riots go nearly unchecked, and even the city guard find themselves forced to retreat.  DEMON CHAINS: Book II of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy A sick murderer stalks the streets of the city of Bond.  The killer leaves behind tortured and twisted bodies sliced and ripped apart, often after the most horrible of violations. It falls upon Kron Darkbow to hunt this killer preying upon the weak and the strong alike, but he soon realizes there is more than one culprit involved in these horrible crimes. A dark mage and his demon partner are at fault, and with each death they grow more and more powerful.  THE COMPANY OF SEVEN: Book III of The Horrors of Bond Trilogy An undead mage thousands of years old slinks through the city of Bond.  Rising up from beneath the soil, he soon finds himself allied with escaped fugitives from the Prisonlands, a former knight, a pair of assassins and the chief of thieves.  Each has their own wants, their own goals, but the wizard's are the most deadly to the citizens of Bond, and he refuses to be denied his destiny.

30 review for The Darkbow Collection - Six Epic Fantasy Novels (The Kobalos Trilogy, and The Horrors of Bond Trilogy)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    Sword and Sorcery excellence I found these to be compelling stories with fascinating characters. One can live quite a while in the world created by this author. On the downside it sometimes seemed author or editor used a thesaurus badly to choose some verbs, adverbs and adjectives. Many words were used that had meanings far from what context required. Also the objective case of first person pronoun was misused often ( was done to Joe and I-example not from book. Despite these errors I would recomme Sword and Sorcery excellence I found these to be compelling stories with fascinating characters. One can live quite a while in the world created by this author. On the downside it sometimes seemed author or editor used a thesaurus badly to choose some verbs, adverbs and adjectives. Many words were used that had meanings far from what context required. Also the objective case of first person pronoun was misused often ( was done to Joe and I-example not from book. Despite these errors I would recommend it. I love Kron, Randall et al.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tiffiny Sarradet

    Unique storytelling Slow to start, this is a story both darkly mysterious and highly creative. It's always a risk to try a new author, but this time I have not been disappointed. There are some grammatical errors, but the writing is generally superb when compared to similar authors. If you'll excuse me, I'm off to search Amazon in the hope that Mr. Johnston has written more books featuring these characters or this world...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Damian

    A well rounded fantasy story. Excellent detail story line, author does a tremendous job in wanting you to keep reading. Story full of adventure recommended to those who love shadowy characters.

  4. 5 out of 5

    wes wall

    Needing more An absolutely fabulous read, couldn't get enough of kron or Randell. And WHO the heck is highwater? Some questions just need to be answered! Beg for another installment!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Linda Wallace

    Great read This collection of six books were a great group to read. I . Found myself not putting them down too frequently. Anyone who enjoys a mythical and magic story would enjoy these books.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Kay

    One of the good ones I found it hard to put this book down, if you like swords and sorcery, and continuous action and story-line you are reading the right book/s.

  7. 5 out of 5

    David Waddington fgms

    Epic An excellent set well worth reading.... The odd mistake here and there but nothing serious.. Struggled to put it down.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Raymond Simpson

    A good read These books seemed to contain comedy, drama,love and fiction so must be able to entertain a good cross section of the reading public.

  9. 5 out of 5

    john durante

    Ok The story line kept my interest, although was not something that I couldn't put down. The author built a world and characters that you could relate to through out the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mark Clinton

    Great set of books Good story and nice balance. Enjoyed reading each section. Author should have proof read before letting this book go to publish in sher

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    A great collection at a really special price. I actually bought this Darkbow collection by mistake but really glad I did. I couldn't put it down and was reading it at every opportunity.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mick Blakeley

    Great series This drew me in. Hopefully there is more to this series. Not 100% on the characters but well worth the read

  13. 4 out of 5

    n p dobson

    A Fine Read The storyline works fine but a lot of details are reiterated often and moved along quite slowly at times, the characters are well conceived throughout the story and there's a build up in the final chapter to the end of the story which ends quite timidly where I expected a spectacular ending but still a fine read and I will find another book by Ty Johnson and hope I can give it a 5 star rating

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nigel Challenger

    Good read I enjoyed reading this trilogy the storyline and characters are brilliant darkbow is brilliant and what a thought of a living God cool

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dr Keith Foster

    A good read but some the wording was meaningless such as drug should this have been dragged. The Americanism spoiled this book as well as out of place usage such as room service, please I do not think a mud spattered Bond would even know what that was A good read but some the wording was meaningless such as drug should this have been dragged. The Americanism spoiled this book as well as out of place usage such as room service, please I do not think a mud spattered Bond would even know what that w A good read but some the wording was meaningless such as drug should this have been dragged. The Americanism spoiled this book as well as out of place usage such as room service, please I do not think a mud spattered Bond would even know what that was A good read but some the wording was meaningless such as drug should this have been dragged. The Americanism spoiled this book as well as out of place usage such as room service, please I do not think a mud spattered Bond would even know what that was

  16. 4 out of 5

    Craig Cummings

    Exciting This was a good fantasy novel. I would recommend to anyone looking for something a little different then dragons and elves.

  17. 5 out of 5

    J

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ian Brodie

  19. 5 out of 5

    AJ Cartwright

  20. 5 out of 5

    Julia Sant-mire

  21. 4 out of 5

    Richard

  22. 4 out of 5

    David Throckmorton

  23. 4 out of 5

    Charles

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mr G J Palmer

  25. 4 out of 5

    lyn haughton

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Wardle

  27. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  28. 5 out of 5

    David Maiden

  29. 5 out of 5

    lynne

  30. 5 out of 5

    Denise Lovegrove

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