A Mighty Fortress (Safehold, Book 4)

A Mighty Fortress (Safehold, Book 4)

David Weber


younger Cayleb Ahrmahk has entire issues few humans may well even dream of. no longer but even thirty years outdated, he's gained the main crushing naval victories in human background. He's smashed a adverse alliance of at the very least 5 princedoms and gained the hand of the attractive younger Queen Sharleyan of Chisholm. Cayleb and Sharleyan have created the Charisian Empire, the best naval strength within the heritage of Safehold, and they've became Charis right into a position of shelter for all who treasure freedom.

Their good fortune may perhaps end up short-lived. The Church of God expecting, which controls such a lot of Safehold, has decreed their destruction. mom Church's whole objective is to avoid the very issues to which Charis is dedicated. because the first try to overwhelm the heretics failed, the Church has no selection yet to undertake a number of the hated Charisian suggestions for themselves. quickly a powerful fleet will sail opposed to Cayleb, destroying every thing in its path.

But there are nonetheless concerns approximately which the Church is aware not anything, together with Cayleb and Sharleyan's adviser, pal, and father or mother- the mystic warrior-monk named Merlin Athrawes. Merlin understands all approximately battles opposed to very unlikely odds, simply because he's actually the cybernetic avatar of a tender lady named Nimue Alban, who died one thousand years prior to. As Nimue, Merlin observed the total Terran Federation pass down in hearth and slaughter by the hands of a foe it might no longer defeat. He understands that Safehold is the final human planet in lifestyles, and that the stasis the Church used to be created to implement often is the human race's loss of life sentence whether it is allowed to stand.

The juggernaut is rumbling down on Charis, yet Merlin Athrawes and a handful of outstanding humans stand in its course. The Church is set to find simply how powerful the facility of human freedom really is, in David Weber's A powerful Fortress.

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