- Publisher: Prometheus Books
- Format: Paperback | 489 pages
- Dimensions: 147mm x 226mm x 38mm | 544g
- Publication date: 1 September 2010
- Publication City/Country: Amherst
- ISBN 10: 1616142421
- ISBN 13: 9781616142421
- Edition statement: New.
- Sales rank: 541,325
Adventurer. The term has long been synonymous with cutthroat, murderer, savage, zealot, and heathen. And Lenk, an errant young man with only a sword and a decidedly unpleasant voice in his head, counts all five among his best and only associates. Loathed by society and spurned by all merciful gods, he and his band are recruited for only the vilest of jobs.
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Sam Sykes is the author of the acclaimed The Aeons' Gate series, a vast and sprawling story of adventure, demons, madness and carnage. He lives in Arizona with two hounds in a small, drab apartment and has eaten at least one of every animal on earth. You can visit his website at www.samsykes.com.
Praise for The Aeons' Gate and Sam Sykes: "Holy freaking bottle rockets, people! This book ROCKS!" -Elitist Book Reviews, on Tome of the Undergates "Sam Sykes does blood and noise in the liveliest tradition of contemporary fantasy, with all the brash vigor of youth, and with a sly, penetrating sensitivity all his own. Not many writers can give you fireworks and subtlety at the same time like he can." -Scott Lynch, author of The Lies of Locke Lamora "If you like your fantasy dark and twisted . . . The Aeons' Gate is a series tailor-made for you." -Civilian Reader "Recommend[ed] for people who enjoy fantasy with some dark humor, violence, and chaos." -Night Owl Reviews (four stars) "I do not wish Sam Sykes dead." -John Scalzi, author of Redshirts "Epic, crude, dark, silly, scary, violent, and surprisingly tender." -Rob Will Review