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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The fate of the world is written in scars. In a bleak industrial city where marks in skin are a sentence to death, Sen is a child condemned. Cursed with mysterious scars carved by his own mother's hand, he leads a fearful hidden life in the city's last abbey. Then the King's brutal Adjunc attack, and Sen is thrown into a world of cursed slumlands and ancient lava-buried cities, searching for the truth behind his scars. What he finds is a conspiracy three thousand years in the making: an apocalypse god is rising, and only the legendary hero Saint Ignifer can stop it. But Saint Ignifer is dead. Revolution rocks the city. The blood of all castes runs in the streets. With Saint Ignifer's name ringing out from the barricades, Sen must confront the awful fate written in his scars- in the volcano's caldera, at the end of the world- before the black jaws of the apocalypse descend. For the Rot is coming, and the Saint must rise. About: Saint Ignifer's Rise is a YA epic fantasy that blends aspects of Orson Scott Card's precocious, proactive children with the gritty new weird setting of China Mieville. It is the first book in The Ignifer Cycle. About the Author: Michael John Grist is a 33-year old British writer and ruins photographer who lives in Tokyo, Japan. He writes dark surreal fiction, with stories published in numerous pro-fiction magazines. He also explores and photographs abandoned places around Japan, such as ruined theme parks, military bases, underground bunkers, and ghost towns. These explores have drawn millions of visitors to his website michaeljohngrist.com, and often provide inspiration for his fiction. Excerpt: Avia fled through the ash-smothered streets of Aradabar, and the Rot's fiery black tongue swept close behind. Moths and Butterflies thudded to ground around her, bursting on cobbled stone, their broad wings seared away by the Rot's ashen touch. She ran on, down burnlit streets through rushes of mounding dust, as agonized screams rang out from behind. They were all going to die. Through breaks in the city's skyline of library towers she glimpsed the column of flame rising from Ignifer's mons, like a brilliant orange flower painted on the sky. The mountain was erupting; one last defense against the Rot, and soon Aradabar would be gone. Down the narrow alleys of the outer bookyards she sped, striding over bodies already half-buried in volcanic dust, holding her newborn son close. The wounds in his face were scabbing now, lines she had carved with her own hand that would save or damn them all. "Help us, please!" voices called from a burning hut. She glimpsed children trapped inside, hay-stuffed pillows tamped over their heads against falling rock. She couldn't help them and ran on. At Levitry canal she came upon a thronging exodus of carriages and barges, filled with frantic denizens shouting to one another through the scalding ash. She slid between their carriage wheels and ran across their jumbled barge decks. "Lady Avia!"a Man of Quartz called out, but she only pulled her hood tight about her head and continued, leaving them behind. "Where is King Seem?" he called after her. "Where is our King?" Moments later, his cries joined the eruption's cacophony as the Rot found him. In fevered glances she saw it above, a yawning black hole in the sky, spreading open across the city like a second heaven. Fat black tongues spat out like dark lightning, pummeling the grand city King Seem had built from the dust. This was the Rot, and it was coming for her son. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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The fate of the world is written in scars.

In a bleak industrial city where marks in skin are a sentence to death, Sen is a child condemned. Cursed with mysterious scars carved by his own mother's hand, he leads a fearful hidden life in the city's last abbey.

Then the King's brutal Adjunc attack, and Sen is thrown into a world of cursed slumlands and ancient lava-buried cities, searching for the truth behind his scars. What he finds is a conspiracy three thousand years in the making: an apocalypse god is rising, and only the legendary hero Saint Ignifer can stop it.

But Saint Ignifer is dead.

Revolution rocks the city. The blood of all castes runs in the streets. With Saint Ignifer's name ringing out from the barricades, Sen must confront the awful fate written in his scars- in the volcano's caldera, at the end of the world- before the black jaws of the apocalypse descend.

For the Rot is coming, and the Saint must rise.


About:

Saint Ignifer's Rise is a YA epic fantasy that blends aspects of Orson Scott Card's precocious, proactive children with the gritty new weird setting of China Mieville. It is the first book in The Ignifer Cycle.


About the Author:

Michael John Grist is a 33-year old British writer and ruins photographer who lives in Tokyo, Japan.

He writes dark surreal fiction, with stories published in numerous pro-fiction magazines. He also explores and photographs abandoned places around Japan, such as ruined theme parks, military bases, underground bunkers, and ghost towns. These explores have drawn millions of visitors to his website michaeljohngrist.com, and often provide inspiration for his fiction.


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Avia fled through the ash-smothered streets of Aradabar, and the Rot's fiery black tongue swept close behind.

Moths and Butterflies thudded to ground around her, bursting on cobbled stone, their broad wings seared away by the Rot's ashen touch. She ran on, down burnlit streets through rushes of mounding dust, as agonized screams rang out from behind.

They were all going to die.

Through breaks in the city's skyline of library towers she glimpsed the column of flame rising from Ignifer's mons, like a brilliant orange flower painted on the sky. The mountain was erupting; one last defense against the Rot, and soon Aradabar would be gone.

Down the narrow alleys of the outer bookyards she sped, striding over bodies already half-buried in volcanic dust, holding her newborn son close. The wounds in his face were scabbing now, lines she had carved with her own hand that would save or damn them all.

"Help us, please!" voices called from a burning hut.

She glimpsed children trapped inside, hay-stuffed pillows tamped over their heads against falling rock. She couldn't help them and ran on.

At Levitry canal she came upon a thronging exodus of carriages and barges, filled with frantic denizens shouting to one another through the scalding ash. She slid between their carriage wheels and ran across their jumbled barge decks.

"Lady Avia!"a Man of Quartz called out, but she only pulled her hood tight about her head and continued, leaving them behind.

"Where is King Seem?" he called after her. "Where is our King?"

Moments later, his cries joined the eruption's cacophony as the Rot found him.

In fevered glances she saw it above, a yawning black hole in the sky, spreading open across the city like a second heaven. Fat black tongues spat out like dark lightning, pummeling the grand city King Seem had built from the dust. This was the Rot, and it was coming for her son.

Über den Autor: Michael John Grist is a 33-year old British writer and ruins photographer who lives in Tokyo, Japan. He writes dark surreal fiction, with stories published in numerous pro-fiction magazines. He also explores and photographs abandoned places around Japan, such as ruined theme parks, military bases, underground bunkers, and ghost towns. These explores have drawn millions of visitors to his website michaeljohngrist.com, and often provide inspiration for his fiction.

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Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 428 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.1in.The fate of the world is written in scars. In a bleak industrial city where marks in skin are a sentence to death, Sen is a child condemned. Cursed with mysterious scars carved by his own mothers hand, he leads a fearful hidden life in the citys last abbey. Then the Kings brutal Adjunc attack, and Sen is thrown into a world of cursed slumlands and ancient lava-buried cities, searching for the truth behind his scars. What he finds is a conspiracy three thousand years in the making: an apocalypse god is rising, and only the legendary hero Saint Ignifer can stop it. But Saint Ignifer is dead. Revolution rocks the city. The blood of all castes runs in the streets. With Saint Ignifers name ringing out from the barricades, Sen must confront the awful fate written in his scars- in the volcanos caldera, at the end of the world- before the black jaws of the apocalypse descend. For the Rot is coming, and the Saint must rise. About: Saint Ignifers Rise is a YA epic fantasy that blends aspects of Orson Scott Cards precocious, proactive children with the gritty new weird setting of China Mieville. It is the first book in The Ignifer Cycle. About the Author: Michael John Grist is a 33-year old British writer and ruins photographer who lives in Tokyo, Japan. He writes dark surreal fiction, with stories published in numerous pro-fiction magazines. He also explores and photographs abandoned places around Japan, such as ruined theme parks, military bases, underground bunkers, and ghost towns. These explores have drawn millions of visitors to his website michaeljohngrist. com, and often provide inspiration for his fiction. Excerpt: Avia fled through the ash-smothered streets of Aradabar, and the Rots fiery black tongue swept close behind. Moths and Butterflies thudded to ground around her, bursting on cobbled stone, their broad wings seared away by the Rots ashen touch. She ran on, down burnlit streets through rushes of mounding dust, as agonized screams rang out from behind. They were all going to die. Through breaks in the citys skyline of library towers she glimpsed the column of flame rising from Ignifers mons, like a brilliant orange flower painted on the sky. The mountain was erupting; one last defense against the Rot, and soon Aradabar would be gone. Down the narrow alleys of the outer bookyards she sped, striding over bodies already half-buried in volcanic dust, holding her newborn son close. The wounds in his face were scabbing now, lines she had carved with her own hand that would save or damn them all. Help us, please! voices called from a burning hut. She glimpsed children trapped inside, hay-stuffed pillows tamped over their heads against falling rock. She couldnt help them and ran on. At Levitry canal she came upon a thronging exodus of carriages and barges, filled with frantic denizens shouting to one another through the scalding ash. She slid between their carriage wheels and ran across their jumbled barge decks. Lady Avia!a Man of Quartz called out, but she only pulled her hood tight about her head and continued, leaving them behind. Where is King Seem he called after her. Where is our King Moments later, his cries joined the eruptions cacophony as the Rot found him. In fevered glances she saw it above, a yawning black hole in the sky, spreading open across the city like a second heaven. Fat black tongues spat out like dark lightning, pummeling the grand city King Seem had built from the dust. This was the Rot, and it was coming for her son. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781496165749

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The fate of the world is written in scars. In a bleak industrial city where marks in skin are a sentence to death, Sen is a child condemned. Cursed with mysterious scars carved by his own mother s hand, he leads a fearful hidden life in the city s last abbey. Then the King s brutal Adjunc attack, and Sen is thrown into a world of cursed slumlands and ancient lava-buried cities, searching for the truth behind his scars. What he finds is a conspiracy three thousand years in the making: an apocalypse god is rising, and only the legendary hero Saint Ignifer can stop it. But Saint Ignifer is dead. Revolution rocks the city. The blood of all castes runs in the streets. With Saint Ignifer s name ringing out from the barricades, Sen must confront the awful fate written in his scars- in the volcano s caldera, at the end of the world- before the black jaws of the apocalypse descend. For the Rot is coming, and the Saint must rise. About: Saint Ignifer s Rise is a YA epic fantasy that blends aspects of Orson Scott Card s precocious, proactive children with the gritty new weird setting of China Mieville. It is the first book in The Ignifer Cycle. About the Author: Michael John Grist is a 33-year old British writer and ruins photographer who lives in Tokyo, Japan. He writes dark surreal fiction, with stories published in numerous pro-fiction magazines. He also explores and photographs abandoned places around Japan, such as ruined theme parks, military bases, underground bunkers, and ghost towns. These explores have drawn millions of visitors to his website , and often provide inspiration for his fiction. Excerpt: Avia fled through the ash-smothered streets of Aradabar, and the Rot s fiery black tongue swept close behind. Moths and Butterflies thudded to ground around her, bursting on cobbled stone, their broad wings seared away by the Rot s ashen touch. She ran on, down burnlit streets through rushes of mounding dust, as agonized screams rang out from behind. They were all going to die. Through breaks in the city s skyline of library towers she glimpsed the column of flame rising from Ignifer s mons, like a brilliant orange flower painted on the sky. The mountain was erupting; one last defense against the Rot, and soon Aradabar would be gone. Down the narrow alleys of the outer bookyards she sped, striding over bodies already half-buried in volcanic dust, holding her newborn son close. The wounds in his face were scabbing now, lines she had carved with her own hand that would save or damn them all. Help us, please! voices called from a burning hut. She glimpsed children trapped inside, hay-stuffed pillows tamped over their heads against falling rock. She couldn t help them and ran on. At Levitry canal she came upon a thronging exodus of carriages and barges, filled with frantic denizens shouting to one another through the scalding ash. She slid between their carriage wheels and ran across their jumbled barge decks. Lady Avia! a Man of Quartz called out, but she only pulled her hood tight about her head and continued, leaving them behind. Where is King Seem? he called after her. Where is our King? Moments later, his cries joined the eruption s cacophony as the Rot found him. In fevered glances she saw it above, a yawning black hole in the sky, spreading open across the city like a second heaven. Fat black tongues spat out like dark lightning, pummeling the grand city King Seem had built from the dust. This was the Rot, and it was coming for her son. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781496165749

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The fate of the world is written in scars. In a bleak industrial city where marks in skin are a sentence to death, Sen is a child condemned. Cursed with mysterious scars carved by his own mother s hand, he leads a fearful hidden life in the city s last abbey. Then the King s brutal Adjunc attack, and Sen is thrown into a world of cursed slumlands and ancient lava-buried cities, searching for the truth behind his scars. What he finds is a conspiracy three thousand years in the making: an apocalypse god is rising, and only the legendary hero Saint Ignifer can stop it. But Saint Ignifer is dead. Revolution rocks the city. The blood of all castes runs in the streets. With Saint Ignifer s name ringing out from the barricades, Sen must confront the awful fate written in his scars- in the volcano s caldera, at the end of the world- before the black jaws of the apocalypse descend. For the Rot is coming, and the Saint must rise. About: Saint Ignifer s Rise is a YA epic fantasy that blends aspects of Orson Scott Card s precocious, proactive children with the gritty new weird setting of China Mieville. It is the first book in The Ignifer Cycle. About the Author: Michael John Grist is a 33-year old British writer and ruins photographer who lives in Tokyo, Japan. He writes dark surreal fiction, with stories published in numerous pro-fiction magazines. He also explores and photographs abandoned places around Japan, such as ruined theme parks, military bases, underground bunkers, and ghost towns. These explores have drawn millions of visitors to his website , and often provide inspiration for his fiction. Excerpt: Avia fled through the ash-smothered streets of Aradabar, and the Rot s fiery black tongue swept close behind. Moths and Butterflies thudded to ground around her, bursting on cobbled stone, their broad wings seared away by the Rot s ashen touch. She ran on, down burnlit streets through rushes of mounding dust, as agonized screams rang out from behind. They were all going to die. Through breaks in the city s skyline of library towers she glimpsed the column of flame rising from Ignifer s mons, like a brilliant orange flower painted on the sky. The mountain was erupting; one last defense against the Rot, and soon Aradabar would be gone. Down the narrow alleys of the outer bookyards she sped, striding over bodies already half-buried in volcanic dust, holding her newborn son close. The wounds in his face were scabbing now, lines she had carved with her own hand that would save or damn them all. Help us, please! voices called from a burning hut. She glimpsed children trapped inside, hay-stuffed pillows tamped over their heads against falling rock. She couldn t help them and ran on. At Levitry canal she came upon a thronging exodus of carriages and barges, filled with frantic denizens shouting to one another through the scalding ash. She slid between their carriage wheels and ran across their jumbled barge decks. Lady Avia! a Man of Quartz called out, but she only pulled her hood tight about her head and continued, leaving them behind. Where is King Seem? he called after her. Where is our King? Moments later, his cries joined the eruption s cacophony as the Rot found him. In fevered glances she saw it above, a yawning black hole in the sky, spreading open across the city like a second heaven. Fat black tongues spat out like dark lightning, pummeling the grand city King Seem had built from the dust. This was the Rot, and it was coming for her son. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781496165749

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