Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Praise forThe Riddled Night: "Lovely scenes and compelling characters . a strong demonstration of Leith's potential as a writer." --Publishers Weekly "The real attraction here . is Leith's shimmering, vaulting imagination: complex, enigmatic, seemingly limitless, her creations nonetheless have a satisfyingly plausible shape and weight and structure." --Kirkus Reviews Don't miss the first book in this groundbreaking fantasy series: Everien: Book One The Company of Glass "Utterly fascinating . [with] an inventiveness that takes no prisoners, dazzling embroidery, and astounding plot wrinkles." --Kirkus Reviews And look for Valery Leith's next book: The Way of the Rose Coming in fall 2001 From the Paperback edition. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: In a world of shifting realities, two warriors begin a deadly quest for truth...
On the wings of night...
It is winter in Everien. The land is now under the thumb of the conquering Pharician warlord Tash, and the Clans are thrown into rebellion and chaos. Tash will stop at nothing to exploit the mysterious Knowledge of the lost Everiens, working night and day to produce terrible weapons seen only in the visions of young Impressionists. But despite their power and pride, the Pharicians have yet to conquer the will of the Clans...or vanquish the Sekk, who only grow stronger amid the turmoil of the new Everien. Meanwhile, in Istar's homeland, a winged skeleton has been discovered--unearthing an ancient legend and rousing a bloodthirsty Sekk warrior that will prove the greatest challenge that Istar has ever faced. In the midst of these struggles, an ancient Everien skyfalcon, long thought to be extinct, has made its way to Jai Khalar, bearing a cryptic message. A message that will expose the hidden secrets of Jai Khalar and bring the might of Pharice to Tash's doorstep. A message that will transform Everien forever. For the mystery of the skyfalcon is inextricably bound with the fate of Tarquin the Free--lost between reality and the very roots of Everien's past with his strange and elusive love, Jaya Paradox--and with Tarquin's dark foe, Night, who invisibly haunts an Everien riddled by war, love, magic, and time itself.
Über den Autor: Valerie Leith is American but lives in the UK. She also writes award-winning SF as Tricia Sullivan.
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