Damnation's Steel

Damnation's Steel

by Daniel R. Robichaud

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Haiyu has sworn to plant his lord's station in the heart of this strange, alien world. As he pursues this quest, he faces dangers, devils, and damnation dispatched by the terrible masters of the monstrous oni-worlds . . . Haiyu's steel is always ready to slash his enemies to ribbons, but in "Damnation's Steel," Haiyu is faced with a new challenge: Is a dead man's heart capable of compassion?

When Haiyu arrives in the spiral shaped community, he is shunned as a stranger. Only the strong-willed woman in the teahouse welcomed him with a smile and good cheer. Her fate is soon to be tied to Haiyu's when something terrible emerges from the dark jungle.

The town is plagued with pride and haunted by guilt. The community's hetmen leaders expelled an outspoken but sickly man and his son, and this decision has returned to bite them. In this strange land, mistakes have a way of perverting, transforming, and returning to destroy.

Daniel R. Robichaud delivers another exciting tale of adventure and epic fantasy.

Other volumes in The Samurai of Hell include:
Heed the Hell-Bound
Unforgiving and Cruel

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016269238
Publisher: Twice Told Tales
Publication date: 03/13/2013
Series: A Samurai of Hell , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 133 KB

About the Author

Daniel R. Robichaud has lived in southeastern Michigan, central Massachusetts and southern Texas. He is a Rhysling Award nominated poet and the author of over one hundred stories, articles and poems, which have appeared in such markets as Shroud Magazine, Rogue Worlds, Goblin Fruit, Rage of the Behemoth, Green Prints, and WritersWeekly.
Daniel holds degrees in both Physics and English, and his career path has reflected these passions. In addition to his numerous writing opportunities, he has been an Igor For Hire (aka a freelance research engineer), a substitute teacher, an automation engineer, and a neurophysiology lab manager.
Daniel enjoys entertaining people with his words and stories. If you enjoy a good read, why not try one of his works? You might just love them.

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