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Eric Albright was a luckless journalist living in London. He had a so-so life until the day he opened a battered red door that appeared on the graffiti-covered wall of a local bridge, and entered Levaal, a magical world between worlds. A place populated by power damaged mages, stone giants, pit devils and dragons, Levaal's possible creators, who are imprisoned in a sky prison. It is also where the mad Lord Vous rules with an iron fist and is busy working on a scheme to turn himself into a god. Vous has been defeated so far because Levaal has been contained by the great Wall at World's End. But the Wall at World's End has been brought down, war is coming to the land, and Eric and his newfound friends are caught in the thick of it. They are forced to flee from the Tormentors, dreadful creatures that have poured through the breach, and there are rumors that one of the great dragons has escaped its sky prison. Worse yet, Vous's journey to godhood is almost complete, and a mysterious being called Shadow (who is not but looks remarkably like Eric) is wandering Levaal with great power but no purpose it yet understands. The end might be coming faster than anyone thinks."Shadow "is the second title in Will Elliott's fantasy Pendulum Trilogy."show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 400 pages
  • 160.02 x 238.76 x 38.1mm | 566.99g
  • Tor Books
  • New York
  • English
  • 0765331896
  • 9780765331892
  • 2,208,530

About Will Elliott

WILL ELLIOTT's debut novel, "The Pilo Family Circus, " co-won the Aurealis Award for best horror, won the Golden Aurealis for best novel, and the Australian Shadows Award. He is also the author of the visionary Pendulum Trilogy, "The Pilgrims, Shadow "and "World's End." Elliott was born in Brisbane, more

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