The Dark Defiles (Land Fit for Heroes)

The Dark Defiles (Land Fit for Heroes)

Richard K. Morgan


Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold meets George R. R. Martin’s A online game of Thrones within the ultimate novel in Richard okay. Morgan’s epic A Land healthy for Heroes trilogy, which burst onto the delusion scene with The metal Remains and The chilly Commands.

Ringil Eskiath, a reluctant hero seen as a corrupt degenerate by way of the very those who call for his aid, has traveled a ways looking for the Illwrack Changeling, a deathless human sorcerer-warrior raised through the bloodthirsty Aldrain, former rulers of the area. Separated from his companions—Egar the Dragonbane and Archeth—Ringil dangers his soul to grasp a perilous magic that on my own can problem the may of the Changeling. whereas Archeth and the Dragonbane embark on a path of blood and tears that finally ends up exposing long-buried secrets and techniques, Ringil reveals himself validated as by no means sooner than, together with his existence and all lifestyles putting within the balance.

Praise for The darkish Defiles
 
“A finale that monitors the entire purposefully demanding edges and grim beauty that made the 1st volumes stand out.”Kirkus Reviews
 
“Morgan brings his large A Land healthy for Heroes myth trilogy to a rousing end. . . . count on surprises and suspense, besides the standard derring-do and exciting characters.”Booklist
 
Praise for Richard ok. Morgan and his acclaimed sequence, A Land healthy for Heroes

“Bold, brutal, and making no compromises—Richard ok. Morgan doesn’t a lot twist the clichés of delusion as take an awl to them. Then set fireplace to them.”—Joe Abercrombie

“Morgan has taken conventional sword and sorcery tropes and given them a troublesome, modern kick. The anitithesis of the comfortable fairytale, this one is for giant boys.”The Times (London)

“A crisp stylist who demonstrates equivalent facility with motion scenes and angst.”—The ny instances ebook Review

“A full-immersion adventure, uncompromising and bleakly magnificent.”—Kirkus Reviews

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