Series: Le Lion de Macédoine

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Lion of Macedon by David Gemmelltome 1
The Lion of Macedon (2/4) by David Gemmelltome 2
Dark Prince by David Gemmelltome 3
Le Lion de Macédoine, tomes 1 à 4 : L'Enfant maudit - La Mort des nations - Le Prince noir - L'Esprit du chaos (coffret 4 volumes) by David Gemmell1-4
The Lion of Macedon (4/4) by David Gemmelltome 4

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  10. L'Arcane des épées, tome 1 : La Ligue du parchemin - Le Trône du dragon by Tad Williams (1994)
  11. Colours in the Steel by K. J. Parker (1998)
  12. A Cavern of Black Ice by J. V. Jones (1999)
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