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Lord of the Fire Lands:: A Tale of the King's Blades

Duncan, Dave

Verlag: Eos
ISBN 10: 0380974614 / ISBN 13: 9780380974610
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Titel: Lord of the Fire Lands:: A Tale of the ...

Verlag: Eos

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand: Fine

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included

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Inhaltsangabe: Once bound, a Blade's life is no longer his own. Only death can break the gilded chain of enchantment that binds the bodyguard to the man he is sworn to defend. And never in living memory has a candidate refused the honor of serving his kinguntil now.

Young Wasp is no rebel, but an orphan who came to Ironhall when his entire family was obliterated by savage Baelish pirates. Yet, at the sacred ceremony of binding, he follows the lead of his friend Raider-and together they spurn the wishes of King Ambrose himself. For there are obligations much more constraining than those of royal origin-and old, smoldering hatreds that require but a mere spark to burst once more into flame.

Now Raider and Wasp are outlaws to King and country-fugitives hunted by the very Blades whose ranks they were a breath away from entering-and joined together by a destiny that binds them more securely than any knot tradition and sorcery might tie. Amid the turmoil their "treachery" has inspired, Wasp and Raider must undertake a desperate journey into the heart of the dreaded Fire Lands. For the outcome of their terrifying confrontation with the dark truth and darker magic in this realm of monsters, ghosts, and half-men will ultimately determine the fate of two kingdoms.

The unparalleled intelligence, vision, wit, imagination, and dazzling storytelling prowess of Dave Duncan blaze brightly in this relentlessly exciting tale-an unforgettable excursion into Ironhall and beyond...and a stunning counterpart to his acclaimed adventure The Gilded Chain.

Rezension: The Blades are back! Dave Duncan's deftly done swords-and-sorcery series adds its second chapter with The Lord of the Fire Lands, the worthy standalone followup to The Gilded Chain. Duncan's triumph with the first tale of the King's Blades--a trend that thankfully continues with the second--is his unabashed confidence in the genre. Swashbuckling high fantasy may get its share of derisive snickers, but done well it can be as engaging and smart as anything more weighty--not to mention that it's often a lot more fun.

Lord of the Fire Lands opens with fat King Ambrose back at hallowed Ironhall mustering more Blades, the Kingdom of Chivial's magically bound, magically enhanced super-swordsmen. But when His Majesty prepares to bestow this honor on the hall's senior pupil, Candidate Raider does the unthinkable, the unprecedented: he refuses. Why would a Blade-to-be insult--and enrage--his king? That, of course, is a long story, and just the start of this time-hopping, tortuous tale.

Cover to cover, Duncan has packed blood-thirsty pirates, betrayed princes, kidnapped brides, slippery assassins, stark-mad shamans, volcanic firedrakes, Blades (naturally) by the bushel, and even a satisfying cameo from none other than Gilded Chain's legendary Durendal. --Paul Hughes

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