Ed McDonald lehrt an einer Universität in London und ist ein erfolgreicher Verlagsautor von Fantasy.
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The republic faces annihilation, despite the vigilance of Galharrow’s Blackwings. When a raven tattoo rips itself from his arm to deliver a desperate message, Galharrow and a mysterious noblewoman must investigate a long dead sorcerer’s legacy. But there is a conspiracy within the citadel: traitors, flesh-eaters and the ghosts of the wastelands seek to destroy them, but if they cannot solve the ancient wizard’s paradox, the Deep Kings will walk the earth again, and all will be lost.
Band 1 der Trilogie. “Fabulously inventive and at times horrifyingly funny and action packed.” (MORNING STAR) (187 Rezensionen / 4,6 Sterne), 370 Seiten noch günstig?
For Ryhalt Galharrow, working for Crowfoot as a Blackwing captain is about as bad as it gets – especially when his orders are garbled, or incoherent, or impossible to carry out. The Deep Kings are hurling fire from the sky, a ghost in the light known only as the Bright Lady had begun to manifest in visions across the city, and the cult that worship her grasp for power while the city burns around them.
Band 2 der Trilogie. “I highly recommend this for anyone looking for an intense adventure that is both character and setting lead. As someone who loves different fantasy genres, I appreciate how Ed mixes low-magic, grimdark as well as high-magic.” (Leser) (116 Rezensionen / 4,7 Sterne), 386 Seiten noch günstig?
A sorcerous cataclysm has hit the Range, the final defensive line between the Republic and the immortal Deep Kings. Tormenting red rains sweep the land, new monstrosities feed on fear in the darkness, and the power of the Nameless, the gods who protect the Republic, lies broken. The Blackwing captains who serve them are being picked off one by one, and even immortals have learned what it means to die.
Band 3 der Trilogie. “The final part of The Raven’s Mark series is outstanding. The tale of Ryhalt Galharrow continues, but this time down darker paths.” (Leser) (72 Rezensionen / 4,7 Sterne), 418 Seiten noch günstig?