"The world must change." The magic-steeped realm of Eiden Myr has come under attack from the outerlands. A new power has arisen that may be the key to winning the war of the coast. Is it the light of salvation--or of delusion? To vanquish darkcraft, mages destroyed a warding that protected the realm for fifteen hundred years. Now the last ragged defenders battle horrors out of nightmare. Their blades are no match for the monstrous onslaught. The shield will fall. It will take more than the golden light of mages, the copper shine of touches, and the silver glow of visants to stave off annihilation. More than delving the mystery of the bonefolk. More than the forging of an impossible blade. It will take a harrowing passage into realms beyond death, beyond human sight--a quest for the source of light itself. A great triad will rise, more wondrous and terrible than any before conceived, and the world will be transformed past all imagining.
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- Paperback | 592 pages
- 101.6 x 171.45 x 38.1mm | 272.16g
- 01 Jun 2007
- St Martin's Press
- Tor Books
- New York, United States
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"A wonderful new voice and a different vision."--Robert Jordan on "Illumination" "Recommended without reservation to those who take their magic--and their relationships--seriously."--Gene Wolfe on "Illumination" "A fresh, unique take on magic by a true word artist."--Elizabeth Haydon on "Illumination" "Deftly sidesteps the cliches of heroic fantasy Like that grand trickster Gene Wolfe, she knows just what she's doing while she keeps readers in the dark."--"Locus" on "The Binder's Road" "A poignant, magical story with fully realized characters, nonstop action, sacrifice, and romance."--"Romantic Times" on "The Binder's Road""
About T. McGarry
Terry McGarry has been a bartender on Wall Street, an English major at Princeton, a street trader in Ireland, and a Page O.K.'er at "The New Yorker." Her short fiction has appeared in more than thirty magazines and anthologies. She lives on Long Island, New York.