By David Gemmell
After two decades, Jon Shannow, the mythical Jerusalem guy, returns for a perilous showdown with the fiendish Deacon, the vicious Jerusalem Riders, and a enormous god that feeds on souls.
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For me the message is simple, though I know from conversation and correspondence with fans that the underlying sub-text is very often - though not always -misunderstood. But what is of enormous value to me is that Bloodstone sprang from the inter-action between myself and the readers. For some years the weight of mail was light, and I was able to respond to every fan who took the trouble to write. Increasing letters meant I could reply only to first time writers. Now even that has become difficult.
Said Dr Meredith. Isis smiled, but said nothing. If only, she thought, Meredith could be as assertive in his life as he was with his patients. Reaching up, she stroked his face. The young man blushed. 'I am still waiting for an answer,' he said, his voice softening. ' ‘That is no answer,' he scolded. 'It will have to suffice,' she said. 'I do not want to concentrate on my . . debility. We both know where my journey will end. ' Meredith sighed, his head dropping forward, a sandy lock of hair falling across his brow.
He built nothing, wrote nothing, sired nothing. ' 'Exactly,' said Meredith sharply. 'He fought and destroyed. And now he is seen as some kind of saviour - a dark angel sent by God. ' Meredith stood and added several sticks to the dying fire, then returned to his seat opposite Isis. 'That is a difficult question to answer. From all I know of the man he was not a murderer; he never killed for gain. He fought and slew men he believed to be ungodly or wicked. But the point I would make Isis, is that he decided who was wicked, and he dispensed what he regarded as justice.
Bloodstone (Sipstrassi Tales 3) by David Gemmell