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Two hundred years ago, Adron’s Disaster destroyed Dragaera City, killed the Emperor, and deprived the entire Dragaeran Empire of the ability to use sorcery.
It’s been a rough Interregnum. The children of the great adventurers Khaavren, Aerich, Tazendra, and Pel are growing up in a seemingly diminished world. Like their elders, they’re convinced that the age of adventures is over, and that nothing interesting will ever happen to any of them.
They are, of course, quite wrong….
“ Delightful, exciting, and sometimes brilliant, Steven Brust is the latest in a line of great Hungarian writers, which (I have no doubt) includes Alexandre Dumas, C. S. Forester, Mark Twain, and the author of the juiciest bits of the Old Testament.” --Neil Gaiman, bestselling author of American Gods
“ Brust is incapable of writing a dull book.” --Booklist on The Paths of the Dead
“There’s at least one point in any Steven Brust novel when the story turns the lights on in your head, when you realize, not what’s important to the characters, but what’s important to you. That’s one of the reasons why I’ll read anything Brust writes.” --Emma Bull, bestselling author of War of the Oaks
“Watch Steven Brust. He’s good. He moves fast. He surprises you. Watching him untangle the diverse threads of intrigue, honor, character and mayhem from amid the gears of a world as intricately constructed as a Swiss watch is a rare pleasure.” --Roger Zelazny, award-winning author of Nine Princes in Amber