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[[quoteright:241:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/eighthrunecover.PNG]] ''Rune Duology'' is a Dutch fantasy duology by Adrian Stone, considering of ''The Eighth Rune'' and ''The First God'', and the sequel to his earlier ''Literature/DevilTrilogy''. Like its predecessor, the books were originally published in Dutch and an English translation is available in an ebook-only edition.

Marak Fourfingers, the hero in Adrian Stone's Devil-trilogy, is no more. But the information recorded in his Bequeathed Narratives presents the ruthless God-Emperor of the bleak continent of Kadish with a unique opportunity. Marak's writings could give him access to the rune that will grant omnipotence, the Eighth Rune, and then the God-Emperor would be invincible. A young rune priest and a sword master are sent to Carolia to steal the book a near impossible task. At the same time Serina, a young Viguru priestess from Carolia, is taken captive by rune priests. She will face a time of cruelty and misery in the terrible Home of the Sisterhood, and a humiliating introduction to the God-Emperor.

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[[quoteright:241:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/eighthrunecover.PNG]] ''Rune Duology'' is a Dutch fantasy duology by Adrian Stone, considering consisting of ''The Eighth Rune'' and ''The First God'', and the sequel to his earlier ''Literature/DevilTrilogy''. Like its predecessor, the books were originally published in Dutch and an English translation is available in an ebook-only edition.

Marak Fourfingers, the hero in Adrian Stone's Devil-trilogy, Fourfingers is no more. But the information recorded in his Bequeathed Narratives presents the ruthless God-Emperor of the bleak continent of Kadish with a unique opportunity. Marak's writings could give him access to the rune that will grant omnipotence, the Eighth Rune, and then the God-Emperor would be invincible. A young rune priest and a sword master are sent to Carolia to steal the book a near impossible task. At the same time Serina, a young Viguru priestess from Carolia, is taken captive by rune priests. She will face a time of cruelty and misery in the terrible Home of the Sisterhood, and a humiliating introduction to the God-Emperor.


''Rune Duology'' is a Dutch fantasy duology by Adrian Stone, and the sequel to his earlier ''Literature/DevilTrilogy''. Like its predecessor, the books were originally published in Dutch and an English translation is available in an ebook-only edition.

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[[quoteright:241:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/eighthrunecover.PNG]] ''Rune Duology'' is a Dutch fantasy duology by Adrian Stone, considering of ''The Eighth Rune'' and ''The First God'', and the sequel to his earlier ''Literature/DevilTrilogy''. Like its predecessor, the books were originally published in Dutch and an English translation is available in an ebook-only edition.

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''Rune Duology'' is a Dutch fantasy duology by Adrian Stone, and the sequel to his earlier ''Literature/DevilTrilogy''. Like its predecessor, the books were originally published in Dutch and an English translation is available in an ebook-only edition.

Marak Fourfingers, the hero in Adrian Stone's Devil-trilogy, is no more. But the information recorded in his Bequeathed Narratives presents the ruthless God-Emperor of the bleak continent of Kadish with a unique opportunity. Marak's writings could give him access to the rune that will grant omnipotence, the Eighth Rune, and then the God-Emperor would be invincible. A young rune priest and a sword master are sent to Carolia to steal the book a near impossible task. At the same time Serina, a young Viguru priestess from Carolia, is taken captive by rune priests. She will face a time of cruelty and misery in the terrible Home of the Sisterhood, and a humiliating introduction to the God-Emperor.

!! Tropes in this duology:

* GhostCity: Ghelan ends up in one at the beginning of the second book.
* GodEmperor: The people of Kadish consider their emperor to be this.
* LegendaryInTheSequel: Marak has become this.
* ReligionIsMagic: A continued theme from the first series.
* SpinOffspring: The son of Egon and Armana shows up.

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