Runescape: Return To Canifis by T. S. ChurchRunescape: Return To Canifis by T. S. Church

Runescape: Return To Canifis

byT. S. Church

Mass Market Paperback | March 22, 2011

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Varrock is the greatest human city in the world, yet it is filled with dangerous secrets. People are being taken by an inhuman abductor. Its victims are murdered... or  worse, spirited away to Morytania, where vampires rule.

As unrest against the crown grows, the King chooses to send the now-famous Kara-Meir and her friends across the holy river into Morytania, the land of the dead. 

T.S. Church was born and educated in Worcestershire, England. In his free time, he enjoys playing RuneScape. When not spending time in Gielinor, he likes to read and study history. He also participates (reluctantly) in adventure sports, from canoeing the length of the Thames to running half marathons. To find out more, visit his websit...
Title:Runescape: Return To CanifisFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 6.8 × 4.1 × 1.4 inPublished:March 22, 2011Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1848567278

ISBN - 13:9781848567276

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Editorial Reviews

"Return to Canifis is a powerful sequel and improves on it's already impressive predecessor in almost every way, pure high fantasy at it's finest." - SFBook Reviews". . . not only a better book than its predecessor, it actually makes for a pretty darn good fantasy read. Return to Canifis is a great sequel to Betrayal at Falador and undoubtedly an important entry into RuneScape canon . . . Most importantly, it’s an exciting fantasy novel that is highly accessible by both fantasy and non-fantasy nuts." - First Hour Book Review "I can highly recommend giving Return to Canifis a read. Despite having to read Betrayal at Falador to understand what’s going on, no further knowledge of the Runescape franchise is needed. The story is very well told, and when it grips you it is almost impossible to put the book down. The cliffhanger ending gives me hope for a third book, and if it is as good as this then we are all in for a treat." - The Sixth Axis Book Review