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The pagan night #1 / Tim Akers.

Akers, Tim, 1972- author. (Author).
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Moorhead Public Library SF AKE (Text) 33500012248274 Main Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781783297375
  • ISBN: 1783297379
  • ISBN: 9781783297399
  • ISBN: 1783297395
  • Physical Description: 605 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: London : Titan Books, 2016.

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: Malcolm Blakley, hero of Reaver War, seeks to end the conflict between men, yet it will fall to his son, Ian, and the huntress Gwen Adair to stop the killing before it tears the land apart.
Reviews

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2016 January #1
    *Starred Review* In the first volume in a new trilogy, Akers introduces readers to an epic fantasy world sure to please anyone waiting impatiently for the next George R. R. Martin or Brian Sanderson. In a world that suggests a combination of the time periods in which the War of the Roses and the Reformation took place, the Celestial Church has wrenched control away from the old pagan gods and is tenuously helping to keep the peace between two warring factions, the Tener and the Suhdra. The series opens ominously, setting the dark and dangerous tone as a nefarious stranger sets loose a pagan god made of smoke who possesses its victims as it begins to spread into the countryside. Meanwhile, the hero from the previous war, Malcolm Blakeley, is being recruited by the Church to help keep order in the land as hostilities increase. But this is a new kind of war, one that pits old gods, new religion, long-held secrets, political alliances, and prejudices against one another. It is up to a new breed of heroes, ones who can think for themselves, like Malcolm's son, Ian, and the young female huntress from House Adair, Gwen, to protect them all. But are their tactics too unorthodox to work? Full of strong world building, cinematic and frequent battle scenes, high adventure, great characters, suspense, and dramatic plot shifts, this is an engaging, fast-paced entry in a popular subgenre. Copyright 2014 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Tim Akers was born in deeply rural North Carolina, the only son of a theologian. He is the author of the Burn Cycle from Solaris Books, as well as The Horns of Ruin, featuring Eva Forge, published by Pyr Books. This is his inaugural entry into epic fantasy.

Subject: Inquisition > Fiction.
Knights and knighthood > Fiction.
Imaginary wars and battles > Fiction.
Imaginary wars and battles
Inquisition.
Knights and knighthood
Genre: Fantasy fiction.
Fantasy fiction.
Fiction.
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