Bloodchild - The Godblind Trilogy Book 3 (Hardback)Anna Stephens (author)
'If you're a fan of the likes of Joe Abercrombie or George R.R. Martin, then you'll be pleased to learn that Anna Stephens has joined this august pantheon of lovingly horrible and deliciously dark writers'
Rilporin has fallen and Corvus, King of the Mireces, reigns over an occupied land. The raiders and their dark religion have conquered, but victory came at a terrible price - the death of a god - and sparks of resistance glimmer on all sides.
In the south, Mace gathers the survivors of Rilpor's armies. Among the fierce tribes of Krike, Crys and Dom search for allies and for the truth of what binds them to the Gods of Light. And in the royal palace itself, Tara - once a soldier, now a slave - hopes to ignite a rebellion.
But time is against them. A child will soon be born with the power to return the Dark Lady from death, and the long-prophesied final battle for the future of Rilpor and Mireces, of humans and gods, is near.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 512
Weight: 760 g
Dimensions: 240 x 159 x 45 mm
'Builds to an epic crescendo that gives way to a deeply emotional and unexpectedly hopeful ending. This satisfying finale is sure to fulfil the series' fans' highest expectations'
PRAISE FOR THE GODBLIND TRILOGY:
'No one does sword fights like Anna Stephens. We salute her with a bloody gauntlet'
Michael R. Fletcher, author of BEYOND REDEMPTION
'Intriguing, fast-paced, and grimly fiendish'
Edward Cox, author of THE RELIC GUILD
'If you're a fan of the likes of Joe Abercrombie or George R. R. Martin, then you'll be pleased to learn that Anna Stephens has joined this august pantheon of lovingly horrible and deliciously dark writers'
'Has all the signs of being a sensational series'
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