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Diablo: The Sin War #2: Scales of the Serpent: Diablo Sin War Book 2 Mass Market Paperback – 21 May 2007
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- Mass Market Paperback : 336 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0743471237
- ISBN-13 : 978-0743471237
- Dimensions : 10.64 x 2.54 x 17.15 cm
- Publisher : Pocket Star (21 May 2007)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,461,639 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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And with good reason.
The world in which our story is set, Sanctuary, is the conjugation of rebel demons and angels alike. And Lilith was one of those who championed its creation. She, along with her lover and co-conspirator, the angel Inarius, have fought for millennium to keep the existence of Sanctuary a secret from the Burning Hell and the High Heavens, who would destroy it in an instant if they realized the power some of the mortals like Uldyssian – known as naphalem – possess.
The thing is, Lilith is out to upset the balance, and not only seeks to preserve Sanctuary’s integrity, but is determined to establish herself as the Supreme Being of a new order.
But at what cost?
Hundreds of the naphalem have fallen. Mendeln, Uldyssian’s brother, becomes ever more entwined by the necromantic powers that have been offered him by the first of the naphalem, Rathma. And Achilos is dead, though bound to act as champion and defender to Serenthia and Uldyssian against his wishes. How will anything ever be the same again?
Here’s a clue . . . it won’t!
As before, Uldyssian’s habit of self-doubt – despite the miracles he’s responsible for – and disbelieving the obvious become rather irksome as the story progresses. However, that doesn’t detract from the action – and there’s plenty of it – when the Triune, and Lilith, realize what he’s up to.
Overall, “Scales of the Serpent” is a pleasing journey through the world of Sanctuary, and has me hooked enough to want to know how the story ends.
i won't say what happnes but even at the start you just get right in to the action, some major confrontations in the first couple of chapters.
some of the best book si've read in ages. If you like fantasy think you should try them (cause they're cheap anyway). can't wait for the third one personally.