The Book of Athyra: Contains the Complete Text of Athyra and OrcaPaperback Jhereg
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- Publisher: Berkley Publishing Corporation,U.S.
- Format: Paperback | 436 pages
- Dimensions: 150mm x 226mm x 28mm | 454g
- Publication date: 4 February 2003
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0441010105
- ISBN 13: 9780441010103
- Sales rank: 117,380
The Book of Jhereg and The Book of Taltos collected the first five novels of Steven Brust's highly imaginative fantasy series that Locus praised as "entertaining and worth reading." The Book of Athyra features books six and seven in the series--Athyra and Orca. Vlad Taltos is a sorcerer and assassin without peer--as deadly at spell casting as he is with sword wielding. Accompanying him on his journeys are two leathery-winged jhereg who share a telepathic link with Vlad--and triple his chances against even the most powerful of enemies... In Athyra, Vlad finds he's ready to retire himself and his jhereg companions, but the biggest hitters of the House of the Jhereg have something else in mind. In Orca, Vlad must repay a debt to a boy who saved his life--even if it means breaking a financial scandal big enough to bring down the House of the Orca, and possibly the entire Empire...
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Steven Brust is the author of numerous fantasy novels, including Jhereg, Yendi, Teckla, and Orca. He lives in Minneapolis.
Steven Brust isn't afraid to stretch the boundaries of contemporary commercial fantasy. ("Newsday ") "Vlad is an engaging, wise-cracking, hard-boiled sort of character...bright, bracing, with an appealing sardonic edge." ("Minneapolis Star-Tribune") "Suggestive of Raymond Chandler or the early Roger Zelazny. It's a breath of fresh chilly air." ("Mile High Futures") "A memorable fantasy world, to which it is always a pleasure to return." ("Locus") "Watch Steven Brust. He surprises you." (Roger Zelazny) "Engaging...written with a light touch...good stuff." ("Publishers Weekly")