A Sword from Red Ice (Sword of Shadows, Bk 3)

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The Endlords have awoken from their eternal prison - the long night is upon the land and dark forces must sate their lust for destruction in the war to end all wars. This is the time when clans should stand together yet only the Sull, an ancient dwindling race, have heeded the warning signs. Sull legend warns of the Endlords and foretells The One Who Bears Loss, the warrior who will stay their malignant power. They believed this warrior would be one of their own but a clansman, Raif Sevrance, has found his destiny and must betray his past to fulfill it. The Sword of Shadows series is J. V. Jones' most ambitious work yet. A masterpiece of storytelling and world-building, it is rapidly becoming one of the major fantasy epics of the decade.
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The Long Night has begun. The Endlords and their dark army of Unmade prepare to unleash untold destruction upon the world. Every Sull warrior must step forward and fight, or risk the North falling into eternal darkness.

Key to mankind’s survival is the sacred warrior Ash March. But for Ash to realise her true potential as a Reach, and become the Sull’s greatest weapon, she must keep herself safe as the perils that surround her multiply. Raif Sevrance has an equally perilous task. The exile must travel to the barren wastes of the Red Glaciers and recover the legendary sword named Loss. For Sull legend decrees that he who wields the Sword from Red Ice will bring terror to their enemies.

But fulfilment of these goals may yet come too late. In the remote reaches of the Bitter Hills, the Endlords’ minions have made a cataclysmic discovery: a crack in the Blindwall, an ancient and unguarded passage leading directly into the realms of men.

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AuthorJ. V. Jones
PublisherOrbit
PlaceLondon
Year2010
ISBN9781841491189
BindingPaperback
ConditionGood
CommentsYellowed pages; forward lean
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