The Spider (The UNDER THE NORTHERN SKY Series, Book 2) (Hardback)Leo Carew (author)
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After the critically acclaimed epic fantasy THE WOLF comes THE SPIDER, book two in Leo Carew's UNDER THE NORTHERN SKY series
A battle has been won, but the war still wages on . . .
Roper, the Black Lord of the northern people, may have vanquished the Suthern army at the Battle of Harstathur. But the greatest threat to his people lies in the hands of more shadowy forces.
In the south, the disgraced Bellamus bides his time. Learning that the young Lord Roper is planning to invade the southern lands, Bellamus conspires with his Queen to unleash a weapon so deadly it could wipe out Roper's people altogether.
And at a time when Roper needs his friends more than ever, treachery from within puts the lives of those he loves in mortal danger . . .
WHAT REVIEWERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE BREATHTAKING WORK OF LEO CAREW:
'The next George RR Martin' - Mail on Sunday
'Imagine Game of Thrones rewritten by John le Carre . . . A marvellously accomplished debut' - Guardian
'A work of extraordinary imagination and perhaps the most captivating first novel I've ever read' - Michael Dobbs, author of House of Cards
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Number of pages: 512
Weight: 740 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 46 mm
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What a cover!! Both this and 'The Wolf' have eye catching designs that leave the casual observer in no doubt whatsoever that this book is rich, fantastical and so worth investing time and money in.... More
“A fantasy masterpiece”
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“Great fantasy series”
I was lucky enough to receive a proof copy of this book and was not disappoint, this is a great follow up to the excellent book 'The Wolf' . In this book lord roper and his army travel south to war facing... More
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