By Sheri S. Tepper
Atop a twisting, canyon-climbing street, a witch lurks in a fortress built robust to maintain out dragons and ogres. In another a part of the nation-state, a tender orphan is maturing right into a appealing lady within the enchanted village that's her domestic. someplace within reach, a tender man is looking experience after working clear of his family's small farm. unexpectedly an odd and terrible prophecy units off a sequence of occasions that will bring those 3 jointly within the heroic, romantic, and exciting story of an age-old conflict.
Read Online or Download A Plague of Angels PDF
Similar fantasy books
Within the bleak northlands, Grimnir, the dwelling god of the plundering Vanir, is prime his hordes throughout Cimmeria. stories of Grimnir's fury unfold as refugees scatter through the land to flee his wrath.
In the village of Gaud, the younger warrior Kern, the "Wolf-Eye," has been exiled, an outcast from extended family and relations. it truly is he who's fated to confront the feared Grimnir. yet as dependable acquaintances and determined warring parties rally to his facet, even Kern doesn't understand even if he leads his humans to deliverance, or convinced loss of life.
In e-book three of the sequence, Bartimaeus, Nathaniel, and Kitty needs to attempt the bounds of this global, query the private elements of themselves -- and belief each other in the event that they desire to outlive.
Captain Tamas is an formidable younger officer within the Adran military. As a commoner, he's one among only a few with no noble blood to carry a rank. whilst he demanding situations the son of a duke over an insult, the next duel lands him in sizzling water with the the Aristocracy and the royal cabal of Privileged sorcerers. Tamas is quickly drawn right into a clash that is going to the very maximum place of work within the land, and his simply best friend is the main not likely of individuals; a tender noblewoman named Erika, who wishes Tamas to coach her how you can wield her powers as a powder mage.
Within the exciting end to The Dreamers, the Vlagh prepares for one cruel assault that may pit her forces opposed to the could of either the Elder Gods and the more youthful Gods. All can be for naught, besides the fact that, if the allies fail to reply to the truth that one inside of their ranks is wasting her brain.
- Starfinder (Skylords, Book 1)
- Deader Still: Simon Canderous Series, Book 2 (Simon Canderous, Book 2)
- God Help the Child: A Novel
- Forest Mage (The Soldier Son Trilogy, Book 2)
- The Devil You Know (Saloninus, Book 2)
- Elegy for a Lost Star (Symphony of Ages, Book 5)
Additional info for A Plague of Angels
Young mudlarks searching the river quag for scrap had been known to step into some discoloured patch of mud and start speaking long-dead languages, or find locusts in their hair, or fade slowly to translucency and disappear. Isaac turned down a quiet stretch of the river’s edge onto the decaying flagstones and tenacious weeds of Umber Promenade. Across the Canker, the Ribs jutted over the roofs of Bonetown like a clutch of vast tusks curling hundreds of feet into the air. The river sped up a little as it bore south.
Neither had sounded human, but neither had sounded half so animal as this great birdman struggling with an alien tongue. It took Isaac a moment to understand what had been said. ” He held out his hand, spoke slowly. ” The garuda looked imperiously at his hand, then shook it with a strangely fragile grip. “Yagharek . ” There was a shrieking stress on the first syllable. The great creature paused, and shifted uncomfortably, before continuing. It repeated its name, but this time added an intricate suffix.
Her right arm was levelled at Lin’s head, and from the centre of the brass hand extended a vicious harpoon. Lin recoiled in astonished terror. A large voice sounded from behind the sad-faced woman. “Ms. Lin? The artist? You’re late. Mr. Motley is expecting you. ” The Remade stepped backwards, balancing on her central leg and swinging the others behind it, giving Lin room to step around her. The harpoon did not waver. How far can you go? thought Lin to herself, and stepped into the dark. At the far end of an entirely black corridor was a cactacae man.
A Plague of Angels by Sheri S. Tepper