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Lament of the Lost Moors Vol. 1: Siobhan [Paperback]

Jean Dufaux , Grzegorz Rosinski

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30 Sep 2013 Lament of the Lost Moors
The land of Eruin Dulea is ruled by a powerful and merciless sorcerer. A generation ago, he defeated his last challenger to the throne, Wulf, in a titanic battle. Wulf's widow, Lady O'Mara, and his daughter Siobhan can finally stop hiding, though. By marrying Lord Blackmore, Lady O'Mara places herself under his protection. But Siobhan is a strong-willed young woman, more at ease with a sword than a spinning wheel, and Blackmore might not be all that he seems to be.

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Jean Dufaux is a noted author who has created many series throughout his long career. Among them: "Murena," "Sang de Lune" and, more recently, "Crusade." Sometimes called "Jean the Prolific," at ease with practically every style, his most famous heroine remains "Jessica Blandy." Grzegorz Rosinski is one of the most popular artists of comic books in Western Europe. Among his later works are the series "Chninkel" and the immensely popular "Thorgal," both with Jean Van Hamme. In 2001, the Rosinski/Van Hamme duo published yet another comic book titled Western, based in the American Old West.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Dark Fantasy In A Medieval Scottish Like Country 20 Jan 2014
By Stephen V. Kempton - Published on Amazon.com
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Cinebooks the UK translator of many great Franco-Belgian graphic novels has just released this beginning to another great series. Originally published in 1993 this four volumes the series kicks off with moody start.

Set in fantasy setting in medieval ages in Scottish like town, it is a coming of age story of a young girl. The girl "Siobhan" is the daughter of a deceased great warrior who lost a battle to Sorcerer who has then enslaved the land. When the story opens Siobhan's mother has agreed to marry her uncle Lord Blackmore for protection.

Lord Blackmore has his own dark secrets, plus men have come far looking far looking for the young girl. Many mysteries abound.

Written by the brilliant Belgian writer of Barracuda and Crusade Jean Dufax, I am eager to see this story unravel. The art is beautifully rendered by the Thorgal artist Grzegorz Rosinski. Rosinski a Polish artist resides in Switzerland.

The books has easily hooked me with it's combination of great art and great story telling. I eagerly await future volumes. Highly Recommended.
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