The Blinding Knife: Book 2 of Lightbringer - Lightbringer (Paperback)Brent Weeks (author)
The second book in the Lightbringer series, the blockbuster fantasy epic from international bestseller Brent Weeks
Gavin Guile is dying.
He'd thought he had five years left - now he's got less than one. With fifty thousand refugees, a bastard son and an ex-fiancee who may have learned his darkest secret, Gavin's got problems on every side.
As he loses control, the world's magic runs wild, threatening to destroy the Seven Satrapies. The old gods are being reborn and their army of colour wights is unstoppable.
The only salvation may be the brother whose freedom and life Gavin stole sixteen years ago.
'Brent Weeks is so good it's beginning to tick me off' Peter V. Brett
'Weeks has a style of immediacy and detail that pulls the reader relentlessly into the story. He doesn't allow you to look away' Robin Hobb
'I was mesmerised from start to finish. Unforgettable characters, a plot that kept me guessing, non-stop action and the kind of in-depth storytelling that makes me admire a writers' work' Terry Brooks
'Weeks has truly cemented his place among the great epic fantasy writers of our time' British Fantasy Society
Books by Brent Weeks
The Way of Shadows
Beyond the Shadows
Perfect Shadow (novella)
The Black Prism
The Blinding Knife
The Broken Eye
The Blood Mirror
The Burning White
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 784
Weight: 520 g
Dimensions: 198 x 138 x 62 mm
Brent Weeks is so good it's starting to tick me off * Peter V. Brett *
One of the best examples of modern fantasy that I've read * FANTASY FACTION on THE BLACK PRISM *
Places Brent Weeks on comfortable footing beside contemporaries like Brandon Sanderson and Joe Abercrombie, if not a step above * A DRIBBLE OF INK on THE BLINDING KNIFE *
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Second book of the Lightbringer series.
There was a lot of stuff going on in this book and I occasionally found myself getting a little lost. I think Weeks may have overcomplicated things. The big reveals at the end... More
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